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April Is Water Awareness Month Five Ways to Celebrate Arizona Water Awareness Month
April is Water Awareness Month (WAM) in Arizona! The purpose of WAM is to create a greater awareness of water issues through community education, action and celebration. Here’s how you can get involved:

1. Get Smart - Take A Class. Attend the Reduce Your Outdoor Water Use: Programming Your Irrigation Timer class on April 17 at the Glendale Main Library (5959 W. Brown St.) from 6 to 7:45 pm. Register at (623) 930-3760 or bpatrick@glendaleaz.com.
2. Find & Fix Sneaky Leaks. Check out the new Smart Home Water Guide to help you find leaks that are draining your budget and to get tips on how to improve your home’s water efficiency. View it here or call (623) 930-3535 for a free copy of the guide.
3. Get $ to Save Water. Did you know that Glendale residents can receive up to a $750 rebate for removing grass and converting to a low-water-use landscape?
4. Go Play Outside. Participate in the Water - Use It Wisely Celebrate Arizona Photo Contest by submitting a picture that celebrates Arizona’s water resources for a chance to win a houseboat vacation!
5. Spread the Word. Check out the interactive WAM website for water-related information, like WAM on Facebook, and share water-saving resources, tips, and events with your social network!

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Teachers' Fair - Video from the Event
Teacher's Night Out was held at the Glendale Adult Center. The free event connected teachers with City of Glendale departments and local agencies that provide high quality classroom resources. Watch now

City of Glendale - Water Conservation Need new ideas for your landscape?
Use the new on-line Water-Smart Landscape Guide to complete your renovation plans, get ideas from the hundreds of Glendale-area garden pictures, or find that perfect plant for the right spot in your garden.  
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City of Glendale - Water Conservation Water Conservation Resources and Programs for Educators and Youth - Water Watchers Program
Water Watchers is a comprehensive program for fourth, fifth, and sixth grade teachers in the Glendale water service area. The goal of the Water Watchers program is to provide classroom learning experiences that lay a foundation for a water conserving lifestyle. Click here for more information (pdf).
Water Watchers Video

Water Watchers Video
Fourth grade students at Melvin E. Sine Elementary School participate in the city of Glendale’s interactive and STEM-based (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Water Watchers program and learn about Glendale’s water sources, the water cycle, and water conservation. Watch Video

City of Glendale - Water Conservation Glendale Xeriscape Demonstration Garden Field Trip Info
With over 400 species of low-water-use plants, the Glendale Xeriscape Demonstration Garden is a unique setting for students and teachers to
discover more about the diversity of plant life in the Sonoran desert.
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Water Matters What We’re About
The mission of the Water Conservation Office is to provide a comprehensive water conservation program that promotes efficient water use by providing the information and inspiration needed—to save water. Established in 1985, Glendale’s Water Conservation Office offers a variety of programs. For details on programs offered, click on the links to the left of this page.
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