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Water Efficiency Expert Mary Ann Dickinson Named Leader of the California Water Efficiency Partnership

Monday, June 12, 2017

The California Water Efficiency Partnership has announced the selection of water efficiency expert Mary Ann Dickinson to lead the organization into its new future.

The City of Santa Rosa seeks a Sustainability Coordinator - Water User Efficiency

The City of Santa Rosa seeks a Water Resource Specialist - Water User Efficiency

Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Join the City of Santa Rosa as a Sustainability Coordinator in the Santa Rosa Water Department as part of the Water and Engineering Resources Division! This exciting position leads and manages the Water Department's sustainability teams and programs. This recruitment is being conducted to fill one full time vacancy to manage the City's innovative Water Use Efficiency Program and lead the Water Use Efficiency Team.

Please click here to see the Job Bulletin

Register today for Peer-to-Peer 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Registration is open for Peer-to-Peer 2017.  Early Bird registration is $150 per person before May 12 After that it will be $180 per person.  Single day registration is $75 for Early Bird and $105 after May 12. Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch each day, and a reception on Wednesday.  Click the header above to read more, or click here to register using the CalWEP Store.

Learn About the Exciting Organizational Changes Happening

Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Partnership is now in a transition year--an exceptional point in its history when members are shaping the organization from the ground up to both advance water efficiency in California while serving member needs. Learn more by reading our fact sheet and list of frequently asked questions. 

California Urban Water Conservation Council is Now The California Water Efficiency Partnership

Wednesday, March 08, 2017
We are pleased to announce that the California Urban Water Conservation Council is now the California Water Efficiency Partnership.
The new name communicates a vision for an innovative organization that provides leadership on water efficiency issues in California, and also conveys the spirit of inclusion and collaboration among a wide variety of stakeholders envisioned by the Board and members.
California Water Efficiency Partnership was selected after a comprehensive process that included members submitting more than 50 name suggestions for consideration by the Board, research with water industry stakeholders, and a survey of members for their preferred name.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the name selection process. We look forward to working with you as we continue this organizational transformation. Next up: the development of a new logo.
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