Water Conservation @ Your Library

The Greater Phoenix area has experienced drought conditions since the mid-1990s. As city and state leaders face the first ever water shortage declaration on the Colorado River, residents are encouraged to proactively conserve water in a variety of ways. Join us for programs that offer more information about the impacts of Arizona's drought conditions and how you can prepare.

What Drought Means for Chandler
Tuesday, January 24 at 6:00 p.m.
Basha Library
If you are wondering what drought may mean for you as a Chandler resident, this program is for you. This class will provide an understanding of drought conditions and the impacts of the shortage declaration. We will also discuss the measures Chandler has taken to prepare for droughts and shortage. Registration is encouraged. 

When in Drought, Conserve
Tuesday, February 7 at 6:00 p.m.
Downtown Chandler Library
This program will provide tools and resources to determine if you are using more water than necessary as well as ways to effectively implement water savings into your daily activities. Presented by Deina Burns with Chandler Water Conservation. Registration is appreciated.

Watch for more Water Wise Workshops at the libraries starting in February!

Browse our collection for more water conservation material. Check out these books on xeriscape and low-water-use landscaping, and more books about saving water for adults and kids.

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