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The city is offering new programs to children that include lessons on conserving water, as well as audio, activity sheets, and an animated short film, according to a memo to Steve Mermell from Pasadena Water and Power General Manager Gurcharan Bawa.

“As a community-owned utility, PWP wanted to offer interactive and engagement tools for teachers, parents and students to help learn the benefits of energy and water efficiency,” wrote Bawa.  

According to the memo, local students can learn about water conservation by following the adventures of Pasadena’s favorite family, the Outtawattas.

The lesson will guide students through water conservation and  where PWP’s water comes from through an interactive picture book and an animated short film.

The activity sheets for students

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