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This webinar will share recent research into state laws for integrated land use and water management planning.
An AWE webinar in collaboration with USBR.
Tackling the conversation around water-efficient turfgrasses and discussing efforts to develop turfgrass types that can suit your needs, give functional use to a landscape, and thrive in your local climate with less water.
Exploring AWE's report evaluating water affordability in Long Beach, CA and the extent to which water efficiency and conservation can help families, particularly disadvantaged families.
Join Don Schlenger and the Alliance for Water Efficiency for an immersive webinar during which Don will answer audience questions about AMI and his Manual.
In the wake of the recent Version 4 Tracking Tool release, AWE will be hosting a webinar to walk members through its updated user interface and new features.
Learn about the history of the G480 Standard, the updates made in 2020, and AWE's verification process for recognizing our members on the G480 Leaderboard.
Krista Guerrero from Metropolitan Water District of Southern California will discuss Metropolitan’s efforts to reduce water use in Southern California during the region’s most recent drought.
As much of the American West braces for a dry summer, AWE and CalWEP will present a webinar on preparing for and responding to drought.
Join AWE, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and Maureen Erbeznik & Associates to learn more about AWE’s Cooling Technology Study.
Join planners from across the country to learn about all the stages of incorporating water into the comprehensive planning process.
This webinar is cosponsored by WaterSense and the Alliance for Water Efficiency.
Learn how two of AWE's business partners are helping commercial buildings improve efficiency at an affordable cost.
Learn how a team of land use and environmental planners worked with a Water Utility and developed a Source Water Protection Plan and Policy that will better link land use and water management decisions for The City of Calgary.
Central Arkansas Water (CAW) hired a unique employee last year to bolster the utility’s distribution system leak detection capabilities. What makes this employee unique? She’s a black Labrador mix named Vessel.