Volunteers install rainwater catchment basins, native plants and an elevated path at the Atturbury Wash in Tucson. Photo credit: Candice Rupprecht
A short, ten minute slide presentation with audio covering the basics of C2E.
Learn about C2E and other water utility-based user contribution program. This series is ongoing.
Research informing and about C2E.
The innovative approach of Conserve2Enhance provides a direct connection between water users’ voluntary water conservation actions and local environmental projects. Development of a C2E program can be driven by a water utility, a local environmental organization, or both. The Water Resources Research Center has resources to assist communities in establishing a C2E program within the Arizona and the Colorado River Basin.
C2E has a NEW WEBSITE!
Conserve2enhance.org, the C2E Water Use Dashboard, has an array of conservation information to make participating in C2E even easier. Join C2E, track you water conservation, and start donating to regional enhancement efforts today!