Earth and World Water Day
Watershed Program Manager
World Water Day is March 22nd,2023. This year, the theme of World Water Day is “accelerating change to solve the water and sanitation crisis.” You see - although we use, play in, admire, and drink water every day; it is so ingrained in our daily lives that we forget about its essential value. So, in turn, we create days, months, and events to remind us of what a treasure our water is in our lives. Water is indeed an integral part of us and our very existence, and CCRCD is here to help you celebrate water all the time!
CCRCD strives to make water stewardship an everyday part of the lives of the community; from our creek and shoreline clean-ups to our educational programs, we are engaged in the health of our water every day. This year, we will spotlight our creeks and shores again and host Earth Day clean-up sites throughout Contra Costa County. Please join us as we put on our gloves, pick up our trash bags, and hit the waterways to help make a difference in the health of our watersheds! Our website will provide updated information on our clean-up sites and how you can register to participate in one of the most significant volunteer events of the year.
The Mission of the Contra Costa Resource Conservation District is to Facilitate Conservation and Stewardship of the Natural Resources in Contra Costa County.