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Oklahoma Water for 2060 Excellence Award

Water for 2060

With passage of House Bill 3055 (the Water For 2060 Act) in 2012, Oklahoma became the first state in the nation to establish a bold, statewide goal of consuming no more fresh water in 2060 than was consumed in 2010.


Water for 2060 Report
Water for 2060
Advisory Council Report

2017 Water for 2060 Excellence Award nominations are now closed.

In support of the Oklahoma Water for 2060 Act and recommendations by a special advisory council to the Governor and Legislature, the Water for 2060 Excellence Award program was developed to recognize individuals and entities that make exceptional contributions to the promotion and implementation of water use efficiency and conservation of Oklahoma’s fresh water resources. Award winners will be acknowledged at the annual Oklahoma Governor’s Water Conference. Their innovative solutions and perseverance to increase the security and reliability of our future water supplies will improve the economy and quality of life of all Oklahomans.

There are three categories for eligible projects. Select a category below to view sample projects:

Public Water Supply


Energy/Industry


Crop Irrigation/Agriculture Production



Projects implemented within the last five years are eligible. Any individual, group, agency, association, council or organization may nominate an entity or may self-nominate. Projects that demonstrate the greatest achievements in the following areas will be recognized:

  • Clearly defined project goals and objectives that minimize fresh water use;
  • Measureable outcomes and results achieved;
  • Innovation within the field of water efficiency;
  • Demonstration/dissemination of processes and results.

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