New Episodes of “California H2O: Flowing for the Future” Available for Use by Heather Engel May 20, 2019 Water News Three new videos that highlight the innovation and commitment of member agencies are now available for members to use in their education efforts. They are the latest in the planned 10-episode series titled “California H2O: Flowing for the Future.” Produced by JComm, Inc. in collaboration with member agencies, the videos are approximately 4-5 minutes long and provide member agencies a great tool in educating their communities about important water issues. There are also shorter, promotional versions of all the videos to use on social media. “These videos are informative, visually engaging and easy to understand,” said ACWA Executive Director Dave Eggerton. “I hope member agencies find them a helpful tool in educating the public about key water issues and the innovative and positive work of the water industry across the state.” Topics available are: “Saving For a Dry Day” explores the ongoing efforts to increase water storage throughout the state and better measure and map California’s biggest reservoir, the Sierra snowpack. “A Safe Supply” looks at local efforts to forge collaborations and use state-of-the-art water treatment technology to ensure delivered water is safe to drink. “Tractors and Tech” showcases the increasingly sophisticated measures used to improve the efficiency of agricultural irrigation. “Investing in Our Future” explores innovative ways in which water agencies are maximizing cost-effectiveness when replacing aging infrastructure. “Fixing the Bay-Delta. What’s at Stake” examines the key issues that make the Delta one of the state’s most crucial water resources. “Small Changes, Big Impact” highlights how water agencies have helped Californians embrace a more water-efficient way of life through education and rebate programs. Members are encouraged to download the videos and incorporate them into ongoing public education efforts. The final four episodes will debut at ACWA’s 2019 Fall Conference & Exhibition in San Diego. The first six videos are available at www.acwa.com/h2ovideo. Questions about the video series can be directed to ACWA Director of Communications Heather Engel at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 441-4545.