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May 1, 2020 - June 1, 2021

Make a difference for our communities and wildlife

My Volunteer Water Project is a year-round engagement program in support of the Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. It’s a great way to do home, community or workplace-based projects that make a difference for water efficiency and a healthy environment. Do one simple action for a day, a week, it's up to you. Plus, earn points culminating every April 30 towards up to $50,000 in prizes for you and your city.
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My Volunteer Water Project is free and open to the public. Participants can join an existing team, create a new one, or join the Community team. Team captains can set the dates and length of their team’s participation based upon their own goals, timelines, and initiatives. (We recommend participating for at least three weeks in order to turn your actions into new habits you can sustain long-term.)

Plus, you can earn prizes for you and your community. Accrue bonus points for your city in the Wyland National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation and get opportunities to win thousands of dollars in prizes — including a new Toyota Highlander Hybrid for a deserving charity in your city. See complete rules.
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  • April 20 at 10:00 PM
    I'm really awful about letting water run while I do the dishes.  I am being more diligent about turning off the faucet when I'm not rinsing the dishes… like not letting the water run while I clean the countertops etc.
  • April 20 at 2:11 PM
    The water supply industry involves multiple steps and expert staffing to safely deliver water to our homes. Whether you are part of a large municipal water delivery system or an independent well owner, access to water requires resources like engineers, utility workers, treatment operators, and administrative teams that oversee energy...
  • April 20 at 1:25 PM
    Include savory food like mushrooms, soy sauce, and tomato paste can make any meal or grain dish more full of flavor and "umami" that you normally get from meat.