Central Valley Groundwater Month: September 2022
KRCD is launching its 2nd Annual Central Valley Groundwater Month (CVGM)! CVGM is a month-long social media campaign designed to provide groundwater education to the public and amplify Central Valley voices surrounding groundwater-related issues! We are inviting all groundwater sustainability agencies, conservation agencies, water districts, cities, and counties in the Valley to get involved. Your participation in sharing resources with your stakeholders will help to influence the dialogue surrounding groundwater sustainability in the Central Valley.
Share educational groundwater content on social media using the hashtag #CVGM
Below are several free resources for you to share on your social platforms! Use any of the content linked below and share your own posts highlighting how your work is furthering groundwater sustainability in the Central Valley. Be sure to include #CentralValleyGroundwaterMonth, #CVGM and tag KRCD so we can re-share your posts!
Below are some captions that you can share on your social media accounts to support #CentralValleyGroundwaterMonth
- September is #CentralValleyGroundwaterMonth and we support responsible management of this precious water source!
- Central Valley relies on groundwater as a major source of drinking water! This #CVGM we celebrate groundwater for providing water in times of drought!
- In the Central Valley, groundwater has become the main source of water during this period of drought! Our communities, agriculture, and economy rely on groundwater. #CVGM
- It is #CentralValleyGroundwaterMonth and I am proud of my local Groundwater Sustainability Agency for working to secure groundwater for the future #CVGM
- Let’s celebrate #CVGM by thinking about the importance of groundwater in our lives. How does groundwater support your daily life in the Central Valley?
- Social media graphics
- Central Valley Groundwater Month logo
- Groundwater Infographic
- “Groundwater in the Central Valley” blog post
Connect your stakeholders with their local Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA).
Are you located in the Kings or Tulare Lake Subbasins? Include a link to our GSA map in your e-newsletters, social media posts, or other materials and encourage your stakeholders to check out their GSA’s website and reach out with any groundwater-related questions! Located in a different Subbasin? Visit the Department of Water Resources GSA Map Viewer to find your Groundwater Sustainability Agency.
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