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Sponsorships & Partnerships
ACWD has developed these partnerships to maximize implementation of its demand management program, and is always looking for additional partnership opportunities.

LEAF (Local Ecology & Agriculture Fremont) – ACWD is a supporter of LEAF's California Nursery Historic Park site project and partners with LEAF to host Water Efficient Gardening Workshops at their location.

StopWaste/ReScape California – ACWD  partners with  the Alameda County  Waste  Management  Authorities’ StopWaste  Program and ReScape California on several programs including resource-efficient landscape contractor training,  "Lawn to Garden" parties and turf removal programs. 

ACWD's own Drought Tolerant Garden  is a Bay-Friendly  Certified  Garden, a designation given to gardens that employ these seven Bay-Friendly Gardening Principles: landscape locally, landscape for less to the landfill, nurture the soil, conserve water and energy, protect water and air quality, and create wildlife habitat.

Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour – ACWD sponsors a tour of private gardens employing natural gardening techniques, including water conservation, in the Alameda and Contra Costa counties to inspire turf replacement with low-water use plants.

Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE) – ACWD partners with ACOE to improve water and energy efficiencies at the Newark Unified School District, and other schools in the service area. 

California Youth Energy Services (CYES) – ACWD partners with the California Youth Energy Services to implement a residential water and energy use survey program along with the City of Fremont, Union City, Pacific Gas & Electric and the California Public Utilities Commission. 

Local School Districts and Community Colleges  – ACWD works with the local school districts and community colleges to promote water use efficiency at their facilities. 

Local Cites – ACWD works closely with  Fremont, Newark and Union City to ensure that their programs are consistent with city ordinances and policies. 


WaterSense Logo   WaterSense Program Promotional Partnership– ACWD partners with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to promote their WaterSense program which encourages the public to use less water and use water-efficient labeled products and services.
AWE Logo Alliance for Water Efficiency – ACWD is a member of the Alliance for Water Efficiency. The Alliance serves as a North American advocate for water efficient products and programs, and provides information and assistance on water conservation efforts.