Driving Up To Save Water

In drought-ravaged northern California, Santa Rosa Water staff members take to the streets to spread the word about the need for water conservation.
Driving Up To Save Water
Giving water-saving tips to three visitors are, starting from far left, Deb Lane, water resources analyst; Dan Galvin, chairman of the Board of Public Utilities; and Pam Lorence, water resources specialist.

Drive-ups usually mean hamburgers, french fries and chocolate shakes. But in Santa Rosa, Calif., a playful spin on the concept made it convenient for residents to embrace water conservation in a region that’s fighting serious drought.

The Drought Drive-Up campaign by Santa Rosa...

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