Water is one of the most important natural resources we have in this world. Unfortunately, due to drought and the increasing demand for water, we are already seeing the potential for a water shortage in the years to come.
To promote awareness of water conservation, the Oklahoma Water Resources Board is going to be hosting the Ninth Annual Oklahoma Water Appreciation Day at the Oklahoma State Capitol on Monday, May 19. The event focuses on providing valuable information to people in the community about how to conserve water in their daily lives. Various water agencies and organizations will be on site to share information.
According to J.D. Strong, the board’s Executive Director, the event will provide resources about water management and conservation as well as programs that will help educate the public more. The event will also help the state work toward its goal of maintaining natural water usage until 2060. Water for 2060 is a campaign that works to conserve water all over Oklahoma to maintain water levels in order to meet the state’s demands.
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