CV Water Counts Completes Fourth Water Counts Academy

CV Water Counts has just completed its fourth class of the Water Counts Academy – a program designed for community leaders in the Coachella Valley who want to learn about local water resources – the lifeblood of our valley. This comprehensive course covers the different services and uses of water in the Coachella Valley. Students also learn how local water agencies carefully [...]

2020-03-06T00:19:19+00:00March 2nd, 2020|In the news|

CV Water Counts: Coachella Valley Saves 50 Billion Gallons of Water

As a result of the non-profit collaborative comprised of the valley’s six water agencies, CV Water Counts has worked hard to educate and create awareness of the need for all Coachella Valley residents and businesses to conserve water. Since the initiative began, our valley has been successful in reaching a considerable milestone, having saved more than 50 billion gallons of water since [...]

2020-05-22T21:25:40+00:00February 17th, 2020|In the news|

CV Water Counts Makes a Splash at Desert Living Home Show

The team at CV Water Counts was excited to participate in the Fall Desert Living Home Show, held at the Palm Springs Convention Center from December 6-8. As part of the Display, Hunter|Johnsen created and produced the retractable banners (English and Spanish), tablecloth, water bottles, t-shirts, temporary tattoos, kids coloring sheets and puzzle pages, water conservation tips brochures (English and Spanish), rebate [...]

2020-05-22T21:24:18+00:00December 7th, 2019|In the news|

Every Drop Counts Campaign Continues for CV Water Counts

In the Fall of 2016, the Hunter|Johnsen team joined together with CV Water Counts, a nonprofit collaborative of the Coachella Valley’s five water agencies, to create and implement a comprehensive water conservation awareness program. The campaign “Every Drop Counts” was created. The program focused on educating and encouraging valley residents to be water-wise, both indoors and outdoors. […]

2020-05-22T21:22:31+00:00July 23rd, 2019|In the news|
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