We are committed to promoting the public stewardship of our shared water resources. To do that, we provide a variety of hands on educational programs from K to gray! Our K-12 programs set up our next generation of leaders to be life-long stewards of water and the urban ecosystems that sustain us. In these pages you will find many ideas, links, materials, and information to help carry out our mission of water conservation education.

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Water Conservation Center (WCC) Educational Exhibit

At the WCC we have a museum-quality exhibit covering many topics related to water, carefully researched and cultivated for ease of learning. The exhibit is geared for all ages and breaks down complex issues into an easy-to-read, colorful format. You can browse at your leisure; you can even use the information in a school report. We are happy to fill out the information you find in our lobby if you would like to know more.

Aquifers and basinTopics included are:
  • History of the local area and how water use evolved
  • Formation and mission of the Chino Basin Water Conservation District
  • Aquifers and groundwater, including a comprehensive map of the area overlaying the Chino Groundwater Basin
  • Water in California, covering issues such as where our water comes from; the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta; seasonal rainfall and snow melt
  • The relationship between water and energy
  • The water cycle
  • How much water is required to produce household items
  • Water quality
  • Personal responsibility exhibitHow you can personally save water
  • Interactive video display about water
  • Water wise landscaping
Come visit our lobby to see the exhibit for yourself and learn more about water, our lifeline.