Clear Choices Clean Water is a campaign to increase awareness about choices we all make and the impacts they have on our streams and lakes. Water friendly practices such as landscaping with native plants, using less fertilizer, managing yard and pet wastes, maintaining septic systems, fostering soil health, and using less water all help to protect our precious water resources. By educating individuals on these and other important actions and giving them the tools needed to make behavior changes, Clear Choices Clean Water empowers everyone to do their part for water quality and water conservation.
Many cities and towns, as well as non-profit partners and utilities, have already joined the Clear Choices Clean Water movement. Would you like to learn how you can do the same and leverage the resources and impacts of partners in your region? Maybe your city, town or utility has permit requirements related to public education and involvement. Join the White River Alliance and American Water for a FREE lunch-and-learn session to hear more about the program, materials available, and activities you can offer your audiences. These informational sessions will also explore ways for municipalities and conservation organizations to partner with local water utilities to leverage new, tangible resources – resources that can bring about greater awareness of water issues. By utilizing a common outreach program and consistent messages across local cities, towns, counties, utilities, and other partners, we can make a big impact on our water quality and stretch our collective resources farther than we can alone! Please join us at one of the sessions to learn about the opportunities available in your area.
Events will be held from 11 a.m.-1 p.m Eastern Time except that the event in Valparaiso will be held from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Central Time. Sign up for the session nearest you today!
– April 29 Richmond: Register here
– May 2 Wabash: Register here
– May 11 Terre Haute: Register here
– May 13 Valparaiso: Register here (Remember this event will be in Central Time)
– May 16 Jeffersonville: Register here