Partners and Cooperating Organizations
Resources on the efficient and sustainable use of water, including an online tool for calculating your water use in the home.
Resources and ideas for home gardners, landscape professionals, and local governments to create beautiful and healthy sustainable landscapes and gardens.
Assistance for businesses to conserve water and energy, reduce waste, and shrink their carbon footprint.
This free tour showcases beautiful, water-conserving gardens throughout EMBUD's service area.
Water conservation tips, products, handbooks and guides, events, and more developed by a consortium of urban water agencies, public interest organizations, and private entities.
Water conservation services and resources for residents, business and industry, and local governments.
Other Water Efficiency Organizations
California's Title-24 Energy Codes regulate energy efficiency in homes, which also can translate to water efficiency. Use this e-tool to select water heaters that are right for you.
Helps irrigators manage water resources efficiently using hourly, daily and monthly local weather data.
Provides information on the latest initiatives by the State of California in the area of management and regulation of water use.
Provides support for energy-effiicient use of water and stewardship of California's water resources.
Shows home gardeners and managers of parks and school grounds easy ways to grow a healthy lawn using little or no pesticide. From the University of California College of Agriculture and Natural Resources website.
Promotes the use of efficient irrigation equipment and systems to manufacturers, dealers, distributors, designers, consultants, constractors, and end users.
Provides ideas for creating a beautiful, water-efficient garden, tools for calculating your water use, and fun ways for kids to save water.
Helps consumers choose water-efficient appliances. A program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Offers locally-adapted solutions for water conservation and water-wise practices, including use and re-use of rain, storm, gray and black water.