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The Sierra Foothills Chapter of the California Native Plant Society is holding a native plant sale from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday April 16 at CCWD’s headquarters at 120 Toma Court, San Andreas, 95249. Hundreds of plants, including trees, shrubs, bulbs, perennials, grasses and water-wise plants, will all be available for purchase. A wide …

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CCWD was a guest on the Taxpayer Alert program Thursday. Topics included the Capital R&R Program, rates, the drought and watwr conservation. The show will air next week, and is available to any Comcast subscriber on channel 7 or 9. For those without Comcast, it will be posted on www.ccwd.org.

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CCWD Board President Bertha Underhill and Community Relations Manager Joel Metzger spoke at the Valley Springs Area Business Association held at El Torero in Burson. Stage 3.5 water conservation flyers were passed out along with drought info booklets. Thank you to the VSABA business owners for your support of out water conservation efforts!

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CCWD was honored to be the guest speaker at the Calaveras Master Gardener’s meeting today. An overview of the drought was given along with water conservation tips. CCWD thanks the Master Gardeners for partnering on drought awareness and providing drought-tolerant plants to the community for purchase at their demonstration garden, which is by the Government …

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State-mandated 32 percent districtwide reduction in water use 1. Expand the Water Conservation Program efforts through public outreach, education, conservation incentives and partnering with local agencies to heighten awareness of the extreme drought, inform the public of measures residential and commercial customers can take to reduce indoor and outdoor water use and curtail wasteful water …

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CCWD Sets Limits on Irrigation Article Provided by Calaveras Enterprise Calaveras County Water District customers will only be able to irrigate lawns and ornamental landscaping two days a week under drought conservation regulations the district’s board of directors approved on Wednesday. “It’s definitely a scary situation and it presents a real challenge,” CCWD Community Relations …

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CCWD Adds Tap Restrictions Article Provided by My Motherlode News San Andreas, CA — The Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) board approved stronger tap restrictions on customers, but stopped short of ordering no outside watering. At its Wednesday meeting, the board voted to implement what it is calling Stage 3.5 Water Conservation Mandatory Measures.  CCWD spokesperson …

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Outdoor Tips

Outdoor water use Most Californians think that they use more water indoors than outdoors. Typically, the opposite is true. In some areas, 50 percent or more of the water we use daily goes on lawns and outdoor landscaping. There are lots of ways to save water at home, but reducing the water you use outdoors …

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