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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 emphasizes the use of education and incentives, rather than mandates, to achieve this ambitious goal without limiting Oklahoma's future growth and prosperity.


Water for 2060 Advisory Council

Reports

Hot Spot Basin Studies

Funding Opportunities


Fact Sheets

Water-Smart Landscaping
Water-Smart Landscaping Tips
4 Simple Ways to Save Lots of Water
4 Simple Ways to Save Lots of Water
Water Reuse
Water Reuse
Drought Resilience
Drought Resilience: Catch the Big Drips
What is Water Efficiency
What Is Water Efficiency?
Conserving Water to Prepare for the Future
Conserving Water Now to Prepare for the Future
How We Can Save One Trillion Gallons
How We Can Save One Trillion Gallons
Investing in Water-Smart Landscaping
Investing in Water-Smart Landscaping
Be a Leak Detective
Be a Leak Detective
Rainfall as a Resource
Rainfall as a Resource
Nonpoint Source Pollution
Nonpoint Source Pollution



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