National Groundwater Awareness Week

Groundwater Awareness Week (GWAW) is taking place March 10-16 in 2024! An annual observance established in 1999 to highlight the responsible development, management, and use of groundwater, the event is also a platform to encourage yearly water well testing and well maintenance, and the promotion of policies impacting groundwater quality and supply. Groundwater advocates across the country also use GWAW to highlight local water issues in their communities.
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WaterShed Weekend – Earth Week Festival

WATERSHED WEEKENDS Free family fun! Go with the flow to the WaterShed every third Saturday of each month from 10AM – 1PM for fun activities the whole family can enjoy! No pre-registration required. Earth Week Festival SATURDAY, April 15th - FREE ACTIVITIES 10 AM – 1 PM Join us today to kick off our Earth Week celebration. Take part in our Earth Day scavenger hunt, create a birdseed ornament, take our Earth Day pledge and more. Join local partners and other City departments to complete fun activities and games! Our River Campus will be open to explore and enjoy.
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Drinking Water Week

Celebrate Drinking Water Week this year on May 7-13, 2023! Recognizing Drinking Water Week is an easy way to educate the public and connect with the community.
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National Groundwater Awareness Week

  Groundwater Awareness Week (GWAW) is taking place March 5-11 in 2023! An annual observance established in 1999 to highlight the responsible development, management, and use of groundwater, the event is also a platform to encourage yearly water well testing and well maintenance, and the promotion of policies impacting groundwater quality and supply. Groundwater advocates across the country also use GWAW to highlight local water issues in their communities.
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Source Water Protection Week

AWWA invites water utilities, sections and other partners to join the Association in recognizing Source Water Protection Week from Sept. 25-Oct. 1, 2022. Throughout the week, we will be raising awareness about the importance of caring for our beautiful drinking water sources. Source Water Protection Week materials are now available, and many additional resources will be added between now and Sept. 25.
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Drinking Water Week

Drinking Water Week

For more than 40 years the American Water Works Association and its members have used Drinking Water Week as a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the communities they serve to recognize the vital role water plays in our daily lives. This year's recognition will be May 1-7, 2022. Drinking Water Week materials, such as logos, graphics, children's activities and social media posts are available here for free download.
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