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The Calaveras County Water District gave a presentation to Girl Scout Troop 1557 Thursday afternoon, with a focus on how to save energy and conserve water. Leading the presentation was Randy Scheidt, who is a distribution supervisor for the greater Rancho Calaveras area. Troop 1557 boasts a membership of 15 girls between third and fifth grade, and is …

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The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors unanimously approved Stage 2.5 Water Conservation Measures at its regular meeting Wednesday, October 14. These measures provide customers with additional watering flexibility as winter approaches, days are shorter and temperatures cooler. The District also recognized the incredible water conservation customers achieved between June and September, using an …

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A break in a main water line on Charmstone Way in Copperopolis has disrupted water service to CCWD customers on Bow Drive. CCWD crews are working on making a repair. Update: water service has been restored to customers on Bow Drive.

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The Calaveras County Water District was featured in a presentation to the State Water Resources Control Board that focused on local water districts throughout California that are pushing the envelope into new creative territory to encourage customers to conserve water during the state’s ongoing drought. The Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) made the presentation that highlighted …

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The Sierra Foothills Chapter of the California Native Plant Society is teaming up with the Tuolumne Utilities District to present a workshop focused on gardening with native plants. The event will be held on Saturday Sept. 12 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Creekside Building, which is part of the Mother Lode Fairgrounds …

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Trees and water are both precious resources. Trees make our houses feel like home–they also improve property values, clean our water and air, and even make our streets safer and quieter. When we water wisely and maintain our trees carefully, we enjoy a wide range of benefits at a low cost and with little effort. …

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In response to California’s continuing drought and the Governor’s April 1 Executive Order mandating a 25-percent reduction in water use throughout California, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) on August 12 launched new residential water efficiency rebate programs covering single-family turf removal and toilet replacement. A program website has been established at SaveOurWaterRebates.com for program …

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The Calaveras County Water District reduced water production by 39 percent in July 2015 when compared to July 2013. This is the third consecutive month that CCWD has reduced water production by nearly 40 percent. The State Water Resources Control Board has mandated that CCWD reduce water production by 16 percent when compared to 2013 …

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With an incredible 40 percent reduction in June, there is no doubt that Calaveras County Water District customers are serious about saving water. This reduction is two-and-a-half times the 16 percent reduction required by the State Water Resources Control Board. The State compares current water use to the same time period in 2013. “This is …

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The region served by the Tuolumne-Stanislaus Integrated Regional Water Management will get a big boost in their water conservation efforts after the announcement that the Department of Water Resources has awarded stakeholders more than $3 million in grant funding. “We’re very excited to get this program up and running,” said Kirk Ford, chairman of the Tuolumne …

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