2015 Partner of the Year
Grow Water is thankful for all the partners that have sweat and slaved over the year with the same vision in mind, improving residents lives in Sacramento and beyond. Since so many wonderful people, nonprofits and companies have partnered with us the decision was tough, we would like to award Sacramento Valley CNPS Chapter this year with our Partner of the Year Award. Sacramento Valley CNPS Chapter and Grow Water have worked hand in hand on various projects locally, educating and promoting the use and benefits of native plants. So thank you Sacramento Valley CNPS Chapter and all your work, Grow Water is excited for another year of our collaboration to better where we live.
ARCSA, American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association
The mission of The American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association is to promote sustainable rainwater harvesting practices to help solve potable, non-potable, stormwater and energy challenges throughout the world.
Green Restaurant Alliance Sacramento
GRAS is dedicated to making Sacramento a leading sustainable food community.....
Save Our Water
Water is essential to our daily lives, but few Californians stop to think about where our water comes from and how it gets to us.......
ReSoil Sacramento... feeding the next harvest - This community compost netork is a pedal-powered........
Whether you are here for a new roof, roof repairs, roof inspection, siding, dry rot repair, gutter cleaning, whole house fan, rainwater tank..........
Elk Grover Greener Gardeners
Project is a group of local landscape professionals, organizations, businesses, conservationists and community members that wants to share water-wise and river friendly practices and principles to help citizens of Elk Grove and other local communities create aesthetic sustainable landscapes that reduce impacts on the environment and local watershed.
Water Efficiency on Large Landscapes
Up to $500 reimbursement available for homeowners for water conservation and efficiency projects.