Tips for Using Less Water at Home and at Work

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More than two-thirds of California remains in an extreme drought. Gov. Jerry Brown recently announced the state's first-ever mandatory water restrictions. Many of us in the state want to cut back on our water use, but simply aren't sure how. As part of our Drought Watch series, a panel of water conservation experts will provide tips on the most effective ways to save water.

Guests:

Julie Ortiz, water conservation manager for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

Heather Cooley, water program director for the Pacific Institute, a water policy think tank

Stephanie Nevins, water conservation supervisor for the Alameda County Water District

Chris Dundon, conservation supervisor for the Contra Costa Water District

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