Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Tuesday, March 5, 2024
9 a.m. PST | 10 a.m. MST | 11 a.m. CST | Noon EST
Webinar highlighting the exclusive discounts available to you as AWE members!
Topics: Water Resources
Thursday, April 4, 2024
4 p.m .EDT | 3 p.m. CDT | 2 p.m. MDT | 1 p.m. PDT
Bring your thinking cap and help shape the future of AWE research!
Topics: Communication and Education
Wednesday, May 1, 2024
10 a.m. PDT | 11 a.m. MDT | Noon CDT | 1 p.m. EDT
Join us on May 1st for an engaging roundtable on water affordability.
Topics: Communication and Education | Residential (Including Multi-family) | Water Conservation Programs, Planning, & Evaluation
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
10 a.m. PDT | 11 a.m. MDT | Noon CDT | 1 p.m. EDT
Join AWE and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's WaterSense® program for a free webinar on Tuesday, May 21, 2024, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern/10:00 a.m. Pacific.
Topics: Commercial, Industrial, Institutional | Landscape, Irrigation, and Outdoor Water Use | Water and Land Use Planning

Past Webinars

This webinar will launch AWE’s new report, Use and Effectiveness of Municipal Irrigation Restrictions During Drought.
Can onsite water reuse systems be successfully integrated with a community’s centralized treatment system? This presentation will discuss important lessons learned in San Francisco.
Don Schlenger, an internationally renowned expert on AMI, will present a template RFP for bidding AMI systems and a Guidance Manual for Best Practice Implementation of AMI, which will now be available to AWE and CalWEP Members at a discount.
Speakers will discuss the challenge of irrigating park strips and medians, how implementing efficient irrigation practices can address high water pressure and low distribution uniformity across the median, and more.
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.
In this member-only webinar, AWE will introduce our newest publication, "Sustainable Landscapes: A Utility Program Guide."
Deb Lane, Water Resources Analyst with the City of Santa Rosa, will share the results of an innovative landscape retrofit project at the City of Santa Rosa’s City Hall campus.
New Innovations in Efficiency webinar, looking into three technologies that have the potential to enhance residential water efficiency programs and how we approach water loss control.
The powerhouse duo from Rogue Water will run through tips and tricks for being the best communicator you can be
AWE President and CEO Mary Ann Dickinson shares the findings from AWE’s new Landscape Transformation Study.
This presentation discusses the significant gains in the water efficiency from the latest technological advances in the indoor residential appliances.
This webinar, the latest edition of AWE’s Exemplary Programs webinar series, will feature the ground-breaking programs to control water loss undertaken by Halifax Water.
In this installment of the AWE & EPA WaterSense Outdoor Water Webinar Series, Bernd Leinauer, Professor and Turfgrass Specialist for New Mexico State University’s Extension Plant Sciences Department, speaks about the benefits of subsurface drip
This webinar showcases the recent Alliance for Water Efficiency and California Water Efficiency Partnership report that evaluated the impact of water conservation on water rates in Los Angeles, CA.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law two new bills that will require urban water providers throughout California to set new permanent water use targets for their service areas by 2022. These bills provide a framework for setting water use targets...

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