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 manage this precious resource.

The course includes four evening classes and one half day tour, and is free. It is offered by CV Water Counts, the nonprofit collaborative of the Coachella Valley’s six water agencies: Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD), Coachella Water Authority (CWA), Desert Water Agency (DWA), Indio Water Authority (IWA), Mission Springs Water District (MSWD), and Myoma Dunes Water Company (MDWC).

Response to the classes has been extremely favorable, and the program is sure to continue in 2021. Hunter|Johnsen assists in the marketing, advertising, and administration/registration of the classes, and is both honored and thrilled to be part of such a worthwhile program – available to all residents of the Greater Palm Springs area.

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