The Texas Living Waters Project is excited to announce the Water Wise Bay Cities Challenge!
As populations grow and the demand for water quickly intensifies, Galveston Bay is increasingly at risk of losing the levels of freshwater it needs to support a healthy habitat for fish, shellfish and other important wildlife species. Water conservation is one of the most effective ways to combat this – and now, bay-area residents have a chance to win while conserving.
The Water Wise Bay Cities Challenge is a friendly competition meant to inspire bay-area residents to conserve water. The Challenge is open to 20 cities in the Bay area (see full list of cities below) and their residents, and is accepting entries from now until May 10.
Visit www.gbwb.org/water-wise-bay-cities-challenge to enter on behalf of your city by pledging to conserve water in your home. Your pledge submission automatically enters you into the drawing, and if your city is one of the top three conservers, you could win a great bay-area prize. Prizes include Moody Gardens family passes, Artist Boat kayak tour tickets and Kemah Boardwalk passes.
Let’s work together to conserve water and win.
Residents from the following cities are invited to participate: City of Alvin, City of Baytown, Clear Lake Shores, City of Deer Park, City of Dickinson, City of El Lago, City of Friendswood, City of Galveston, City of Hitchcock, City of Kemah, City of La Marque, City of La Porte, City of League City, City of Nassau Bay, City of Pasadena, City of Pearland, City of Santa Fe, City of Seabrook, Texas City and City of Webster.
Want to promote the Challenge within your city or organization? Contact communications and outreach manager Lizzie Jespersen, email@example.com, for a social media toolkit.