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There are many potential water [...]

by
Kenneth Wyrick
- 09/08/2018 22:42:02

There are many potential water efficiency programs and activities that provide value to the region, but the water savings is difficult to determine.  
Examples include 
consumer landscape education workshops, 
storm water capture workshops, 
consumer landscape design help, and 
public agency demonstration gardens.  

Metropolitan agrees that these types of programs and activities provide outreach and educational benefits that help increase water efficiency.  Accordingly, staff proposes that up to 25 percent of a member agency’s allocation be available for such programs and activities.  If an agency has an allocation of less than $50,000, that agency could use all their funding for these programs.