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WATER IN THE NEWS
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WashingtonPost: Southwestern US reservoir to release above-average amount
WashingtonPost: Southwestern US reservoir to release above-average amount

Elliot: The Bureau of Reclamation said it will release 9 million acre-feet from Lake Powell, sending it down the Colorado to Lake Mead.




AZCentral: American Rivers puts lower Colorado River atop its annual list of troubled waters
AZCentral: American Rivers puts lower Colorado River atop its annual list of troubled waters

Loomis: Lower Colorado River atop a conservation group's annual list of "America's Most Endangered Rivers."




ArizonaSonoraNews: AZ prepared if water shortages hit
ArizonaSonoraNews: AZ prepared if water shortages hit

Ward-Morris: "We are prepared and as long as we continue to invest in our supplies and our infrastructure and plan for the future we can manage. We will be fine"



AMWUA BLOG
AMWUA blog

Warren Tenney
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On The Job: Skill, Hard Work Ensures Water Gets To Your Home
Posted on 04/17/2017
By Warren Tenney When someone asks Sal Correa what he does for a living, he answers this way: ?You know the water you drink? I make sure it gets to your house.? That?s a pretty good description. Sal co-leads a 7-member City of Chandler team that replaces aging water distribution pipes, repairs breaks, and installs … Continue reading On The Job: Skill, Hard Work Ensures Water Gets To Your Home
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RECENT POSTS
Recent Blog posts
Water Advocacy: It’s Easier Than You Think
Posted on 04/10/2017
By Warren Tenney Is this your year to become a water advocate? Yes, I know, we’re all pressed for time, but water advocacy doesn’t have to take much time. What it takes is a question or a suggestion to the right person at the right time. Sometimes that moment arrives on an elevator with your … Continue reading Water Advocacy: It?s Easier Than You Think
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Groundcover: Green Makes A Better Carpet Than Gravel
Posted on 04/03/2017
By Warren Tenney Some professional landscapers suggest homeowners design sections of their landscape as they would design each room in their home. This image helps homeowners give their yards dimension with layers of color and texture. Imagine vines as window coverings, group trees and shrubs as if they were furniture, and use groundcover plants as … Continue reading Groundcover: Green Makes A Better Carpet Than Gravel
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ADVOCACY & POLICY
2017 Legislative Tracking 2017 Legislative Tracking
AMWUA tracks legislation that could affect how water is managed in Arizona and provides regular updates.

AMWUA Adopts Rebate Tax Resolution AMWUA Adopts Rebate Tax Resolution
The AMWUA Board of Directors has adopted a resolution in support of exempting water conservation rebates from federal income tax.

AMWUA Releases Water Bank Recovery Analysis AMWUA Releases Water Bank Recovery Analysis
AMWUA's analysis outlines five key areas that will need to be addressed in order to recover stored water in times of shortage

WATER CONSERVATION
April is Water Awareness Month April is Water Awareness Month
AMWUA is pleased to partner with ADWR to share water-related events, tips, information & resources from around the state throughout the month

Guides to Make Your Landscape Thrive Guides to Make Your Landscape Thrive
Three step-by-step online guides for selecting, installing, and maintaining your landscape, PLUS rebates, free classes, and more. All in one place.

Smart Home Water Guide Website Smart Home Water Guide Website
We're making it even easier to find leaks and save money with our mobile-adapted website!