SFID launches conservation project

Volunteers who are interested in spreading the word about water conservation will receive training and support from the Santa Fe Irrigation District through the recently launched Water Ambassador Program.

Ambassadors are encouraged to engage friends, neighbors and co-workers in efforts to conserve water and to relay questions and concerns from the community to the district.

As the program grows, Water Ambassadors will also be asked to distribute fliers, speak at local groups and meetings, and staff information booths at community events.

The Water Ambassador Program usually meets the fourth Monday of every month at the SFID, and anybody interested in water conservation can join the program.

For more information about the Santa Fe Irrigation District’s Water Ambassador Program, call (858) 227-5799 or e-mail Jessica Parks at jparks@sfidwater.org.

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