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California | Water Cycle


CALIFORNIA WATER CYCLE

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California | Water Cycle


CALIFORNIA WATER CYCLE

Our Mission

 In January 2016, a team of two bicycled 1,500 miles around the state of California reminding students and local communities from where their water comes. San Francisco to San Diego, California Water Cycle toured coastal communities, schools, farms, and conservation alliances, bringing urgency to the current water scarcity in California.  The duo finished their campaign along our state's water canals, through the heartland of US agriculture, the Central Valley. With this adventure, the goal was to build community support and to foster a more water conscious California.    

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Why water


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Why water


Why Water: a global issue

Preserving water is a global issue. Less than 3% of total water on Earth is freshwater, and we depend on it. California is currently in its 4th year of a historic drought. Despite water use restrictions from the state government and the impending soak of El Nino, this precious resource is dwindling at an alarming rate. In order to successfully adapt to our current water scarcity  and help foster a sustainable water culture in California, there remains a need for an organization that will actively engage & inform the public.

 

 

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Education


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Education


  Education 

California Water Cycle provides free in-house day programs for California schools. Our aim is to reinforce the importance of fresh water in a fun and exciting way. Through hands-on workshops, team building, and interactive lectures, we will be teaching your students about basic water sustainability, history, and appreciation. Your students will be able to take what they have learned and share the importance of water with their community. 

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Community Outreach


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Community Outreach


Community Outreach 

 

California Water Cycle spoke with thousands of people about the role water plays in day-to-day life. From industrial farmers to backyard gardeners, we initiated discussions on local watersheds and explored ideas on how to be more responsible with our limited water supply.  

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