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Where indicated, the Watershed Watch Booth will be present at events. Please stop by to pick up informational materials and cool giveaways!

South Bay Green Gardens Workshops and Events to help you learn how to conserve water, prevent pollution and promote healthy soils for a beautiful and sustainable landscape!

Thu 16Jul2020
Thu 15Oct2020

The Great Sign Hunt - Valley Water Sign Scavenger Hunt Contest

Looking for a fun social-distancing outdoor adventure to do this summer? Need to take a mindful break? Want to be eligible to win $50 or $500 gift cards? If so, join the Great Sign Hunt by taking a walk or hopping on your bike to find signs across Santa Clara County!

Valley Water, has partnered with the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition to create an outdoor “scavenger hunt” to help find Santa Clara Valley Water District signs which may need maintenance or replacement.

Get all the details to participate

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Tue 18Aug2020

FREE VIRTUAL EVENT: 2020 Water Conservation Showcase

Using sustainable practices in a building's development speaks to the triple bottom line — people, profit & planet. Since 2004, hundreds of advocates, researchers, business leaders, product manufacturers and government officials have gathered every year to address the most pressing water issues and challenges facing the state of California. Grab a ticket today for the showcase to learn more about scalable strategies and solutions to conserve one of Earth's most precious resources.

Hosted By:
AIASF, East Bay Municipal Utility District, San Francisco Public Utilities, San Jose Water, Pacific Gas & Electric, and U.S. Green Building Council - Northern California

July 21, August 4, 18, 25, 2020.
https://www.waterconservationshowcase.com/

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Tue 25Aug2020

FREE VIRTUAL EVENT: 2020 Water Conservation Showcase

Using sustainable practices in a building's development speaks to the triple bottom line — people, profit & planet. Since 2004, hundreds of advocates, researchers, business leaders, product manufacturers and government officials have gathered every year to address the most pressing water issues and challenges facing the state of California. Grab a ticket today for the showcase to learn more about scalable strategies and solutions to conserve one of Earth's most precious resources.

Hosted By:
AIASF, East Bay Municipal Utility District, San Francisco Public Utilities, San Jose Water, Pacific Gas & Electric, and U.S. Green Building Council - Northern California

July 21, August 4, 18, 25, 2020.
https://www.waterconservationshowcase.com/

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Sat 05Sep2020

California Coastal Cleanup 2020

Protect Your Happy Place!

Every Saturday in September!

Beach cleanups start at our own front doors. Trash can travel through storm drains, creeks, and rivers to become beach pollution. This September, let's help clean the beach by cleaning up in our own neighborhoods and local natural areas.

For full guidance, click here.

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Sat 12Sep2020

California Coastal Cleanup 2020

Protect Your Happy Place!

Every Saturday in September!

Beach cleanups start at our own front doors. Trash can travel through storm drains, creeks, and rivers to become beach pollution. This September, let's help clean the beach by cleaning up in our own neighborhoods and local natural areas.

For full guidance, click here.

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Sat 19Sep2020

California Coastal Cleanup 2020

Protect Your Happy Place!

Every Saturday in September!

Beach cleanups start at our own front doors. Trash can travel through storm drains, creeks, and rivers to become beach pollution. This September, let's help clean the beach by cleaning up in our own neighborhoods and local natural areas.

For full guidance, click here.

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Sat 26Sep2020

California Coastal Cleanup 2020

Protect Your Happy Place!

Every Saturday in September!

Beach cleanups start at our own front doors. Trash can travel through storm drains, creeks, and rivers to become beach pollution. This September, let's help clean the beach by cleaning up in our own neighborhoods and local natural areas.

For full guidance, click here.

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