Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Tuesday, June 25, 2024
2:00 pm Eastern, 1:00 pm Central, 12:00 PM Mountain, 11:00 am Pacific
Join AWE & US EPA WaterSense for the next installment in our Outdoor Water Use webinar series!
Topics: Communication and Education

Past Webinars

Join us on May 1st for an engaging roundtable on water affordability.
We will share an overview of the WaterSense labeled homes certification process, how WaterSense-labeled homes use less water outdoors, and local governments' incentives for water-efficient homes.
Join AWE and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense® program for a free webinar
Learn how six AWE members are conducting school education programs that prepare America's youth to be smart water users.
Part 3 of the webinar series presented by AWE, CalWEP and Maddaus Water Management helping you navigate working remotely.
With unprecedented numbers of people staying home to help flatten the curve of COVID-19, many find themselves working remotely for the first time.
With unprecedented numbers of people staying home to help flatten the curve of COVID-19, many find themselves working remotely for the first time.
This webinar will showcase the benefits of AWE membership and how to access the resources on AWE’s new website. All current members and potential members are welcome to attend.
The powerhouse duo from Rogue Water will run through tips and tricks for being the best communicator you can be
On March 7, the California Water Efficiency Partnership officially became the first state chapter of the Alliance for Water Efficiency. What does this mean...
Charles Swanson, extension program specialist for the Landscape Irrigation Program with the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service, introduces the program’s Water My Yard program.
In this webinar, AWE's Mary Ann Dickinson and Gene Goldenberg discuss the water efficiency issues facing the next Congress and the new administration.
This webinar features examples of creative and successful programs developed by North Texas Municipal Water District and Cobb County Water System (GA) to teach school-age children and youth about conservation and the value of water.
This webinar showcases two AWE members who are merging technology and scientific findings to help create smarter water consumers at home and in the classroom.
This webinar addresses the emerging issue of pathogen growth in water efficient systems, highlights best practices for ensuring safety and efficiency in these building systems, and provides guidance on how to manage messages about this.

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