Urban Water Management Measures and Practices
About our programs...........
Welcome to the University of California Cooperative Extension of Orange County Water Quality and Water Resources Outreach Program. This program is designed to promote researched based information on sustaining one of our most precious natural resources - water.
Focusing on "Urban Water Management Measures & Practices", through this site, you will learn about the various research, outreach programs, events, and resources, available in cooperation with the University of California Cooperative Extension in Orange County and it's collaborators.
Join in protecting human health and local water resources by letting us guide you through better management practices to reduce run-off, conserve water, and improve the water quality generated by urban activities.
Urban Water Management Blog - BLPS in OC
Added February 15, 2017
Added February 1, 2017
We are in the midst of a new and changing era of Worker Protection Standards (WPS). The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) recently published the revised WPS, which is meant to increase...
Added November 3, 2016
Register today, then help spread the word and share this with your networks! Join us for FIT+ (Forestry Institute for Teachers PLUS), a two-day workshop that provides training in K-12 environmental educationand special access to guest experts and unique...
Added October 28, 2016
UC Cooperative Extension, collaborating with various organizations such as OC Vector, Target Specialty Products, Univar, Orkin, Bell, BASF, Syngenta, and WECO to name a few, hosted the inaugural West Coast Rodent Academy at the South Coast...
Added October 24, 2016
Yes folks, we have another rainy Monday morning here in Orange County. Crazy as our weather has been, 100 degrees one day, 65 degrees the next; it may be time to start thinking about adjusting your irrigation controller if you haven't done so already....
For current data from the California Irrigation Management Information System (CIMIS) weather stations visit the CIMIS web site.