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Education Resources

Castaic Lake Water Agency CLWA School Education Programs

CLWA believes in the importance of educating our community by offering programs including a hands-on education program for students in grades K-12, monthly gardening classes and a speakers bureau in which water experts can speak on a variety of water-related issues. All programs are offered free of charge to the community.

Castaic Lake Water Agency
Water Education Foundation Water Education Foundation

The Water Education Foundation is your resource for information about water resource related issues.

Water Education Foundation
Water Education for Teachers Water Education for Teachers

The mission of Project WET is to reach children, parents, educators and communities of the world with water education. We invite you to join us in educating children about the most precious resource on the planet — water.

Water Education for Teachers
Department of Water Resources Department of Water Resources

Celebrate 50 years of moving California's water through the State Water Project.

Department of Water Resources
California Urban WAter Conservation Council California Urban Water Conservation Council

CUWCC is a partnership of water suppliers, environmental groups, and others interested in conserving California's greatest natural resource - WATER.

California Urban WAter Conservation Council
Water Sense Program WaterSense Program

Save water and protect the environment by choosing WaterSense labeled products in your home and business and taking simple steps to save water each day.

Water Sense Program
Alliance for Water Efficiency Alliance for Water Efficiency

Promoting the efficient and sustainable use of water

Alliance for Water Efficiency
Placerita Canyon Nature Center Placerita Canyon Nature Center

Placerita is an east-west running canyon featuring cool, shaded oak groves, a willow and sycamore-lined seasonal stream and numerous other interesting plant and animal communities.

Placerita Canyon Nature Center
City of Santa Clarita Trails City of Santa Clarita Trails

The City of Santa Clarita's Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department invites you to enjoy approximately 70 miles of picturesque trails and 20 miles of paseos designed for commuting and recreational use, including walking, riding, jogging, and skating.

City of Santa Clarita Trails


Blog Roll

  1. Drought Fatigue Setting In SCVH2O Administrator 12-Dec-2016
  2. Notice for Important Information About Your Drinking Water Quality SCVH2O Administrator 28-Jun-2016
  3. 2015 UWMP 2nd Hearing SCVH2O Administrator 24-May-2016
  4. 2015 UWMP 1st Hearing Update SCVH2O Administrator 05-Apr-2016