BAKERSFIELD - The Association of California Water Agencies and the California Department of Water Resources is launching a statewide campaign to bring awareness to and educate Californians on how to save water every day.
The campaign will deliver the message through eye-catching billboards to promote the message of water conservation.
The campaign comes as California moves into the driest months and summer fire season.
The 'Californians Don't Waste' campaign will run through the end of June on billboards throughout the state. Visit www.saveourh2o.org/campaign for more information.
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