After the successful launch of its new website www.saveourwater.com earlier this summer, Save Our Water is launching a Spanish-language site to help even more Californians to learn about water conservation during this extraordinary drought. AhorreNuestraAgua.com will have the same features as SaveOurWater.com, where Californians are connected to daily drought tips and essential news to help find ways to conserve water at home and at work every day.
Save Our Water and AhorreNuestraAgua.com are great resources for Californians to help combat this extraordinary drought, said Jennifer Persike, Deputy Executive Director for External Affairs of the Association of California Water Agencies. With a Spanish-language site we hope to encourage even more residents across the state to join the effort to save water.
The website features Spanish videos and public service announcements, daily water-saving tips and news clips, a spotlight featuring Save Our Water partner agencies, email newsletter registration options for daily tips and news, social media updates and more.
As the drought continues to worsen, it is vital that the Save Our Water message reaches more and more Californians, said Nancy Vogel, Director of Public Affairs for the California Department of Water Resources. We hope AhorreNuestraAgua.com helps Californians get the tools and information they need to join the effort of conservation.
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. has called on all Californians to reduce their water use by 20 percent and prevent water waste.