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WATER CONSERVATION

This program emphasizes the watershed and water cycle. Students will learn where our water comes from and ways to conserve this precious resource.

Established in 1905, the San Bernardino Municipal Water Department (SBMWD) was created as a municipal utility by the City of San Bernardino Charter and is governed by a five-member Water Board appointed by the Mayor and City Council.  The SBMWD water service area is approximately 45 square miles, and SBMWD provides potable water and wastewater collection and treatment services to approximately 200,000 persons in the City of San Bernardino and unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County. In addition, SBMWD provides sewer treatment and wastewater services to the residents and ratepayers of the City of Loma Linda, East Valley Water District and the City of Colton.   
 

Videos

 

Narrated Presentations

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Activities

 

Water Cycle Lesson

In this lesson, children will refresh their memory on the water cycle with a fun activity.

All Dried Up

In this lesson, children will conduct a quick experiment on evaporation.

Additional Resources

Virtual Field Trips by Cucamonga Valley Water District

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