Sally Save Water™ Says...

Change is Upon Us

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, September 05, 2018
Change is Upon Us

Change is upon us...Summer days are getting shorter and crisp morning air is becoming more common.

While the seasons my change the politics of water will always remain a trigger point for passionate arguments. Peacefully, the topic of water conservation is generally a universally agreed upon point.

We are continually challenged to educate all on the importance of conserving our limited water supply. Have you engaged an interesting and new way to conserve, this summer? Have you encountered opportunities to share the “Don’t Be A Drip....Save Every Drop©” message of Sally-Save-Water® ?

Communication and education is the way we learn to save Earth’s water....and the Sally-Save-Water® Awareness Program is a tool to do that!

From videos, to books, commercials, games, radio spots, newsletters and much more all prepared and ready to help you serve students and adults.

Check out Sally-Save-Water® and all the Sally-Save-Water® Awareness Program

Yes, some things change, but Sally-Save-Water® is always waiting to help you educate and outreach.


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