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From various sources, the following offers water conservation tips:
- H20USE Water Saver Home
A website developed by the California Urban Water Conservation Council under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
- 10 Tips for Water Conservation
Part of the Clean Ocean Action's Shore-Tips series.
WaterWiser is a water efficiency clearinghouse and a program of the American Water Works Association.
- Everyday Ways to Conserve Water
Here are things that the Nature Conservancy suggests you can do to protect and improve the quality of the rivers close to you.
Related Links from Environmental Protection Agency Website
From the Environmental Protection Agency website, the following offers additional information and activities for students and teachers:
A national program that seeks to protect the future of our nation's water supply by offering consumers a simple way to use less water through water-efficient product choices and water-saving practices.
- Water Treatment Path
Follow a drop of water from the source through the treatment process.
- Adopt your Watershed
Learn how you can join thousands of people who are working to protect and restore their watersheds. This also contains links to other educational resources.
For additional information on environmental issues in Washington, D.C., we suggest you visit the following sites:
- Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters
- Maryland Department of the Environment
- Water Environment Federation
- Anacostia Watershed Network