With talk of the California Drought swirling again, it is a good time to remind ourselves of ways we can continue efforts towards water conservation. Our Southern California rainfall averages to date are below in comparison to historical data. After March 2018, we will know how this seasons rainfall might impact our overall drought. Until then, it is a good time to revisit what we need to do as a community.
In light of the topic of water conservation, it is time for the 2018 California Water H20 Challenge! Early registration is open until December 31, 2017 — so get in before the deadline to have a chance to win the $500 grant. The 2018 California Water H2O challenge offers an opportunity for grades 4 thru 6 to compete with a project focused on the environment. Also, it aligns with Common Core Standards. Competitors must be based in the Cal Water service area.
Register your class or students can individually register online. Find more details about the challenge and the rules here: https://challenge.calwater.com.
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