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 PHX Water Virtual Workshops

​Join us for these free virtual workshops presented via Webex and in partnership with the City of Phoenix Public Libraries.


icon-leaks-cmyk.png Find and Fix Leaks | Thursday March, 18th at 1PM

Some water leaks are slow and difficult to detect, but even the smallest leaks can add up quickly. Fortunately, most leaks are easy to find if you know where to look!

Learn how to find and fix leaks that are draining your budget.

Register for Find and Fix Leaks


icon-water-education-rgb.png Water 101 | Thursday April, 8th at 12PM

Learn more about where your water comes from, how water gets to us, how we use water, where it goes to and how Phoenix is planning for the future.​​​

​​​Register for Water 101

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 Hydrate Phoenix

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Phoenix Water partnered with Watershed Management Group to host a 5 plan series workshop to hydrate your neighborhood. Learn how to design an earth-friendly yard using simple earthworks and low-water-use plants. Each presentation includes a mini-project to create an action plan for your home. Click on the links below to watch each session.


​Hydrate your yard​​​​​Hydrate your plants
Hydrate your foodHydrate your soilsHydrate with greywater


 PHX Water Tips

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 Food Bearing Trees

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Trees have so many benefits including providing food year after year. Learn about selecting food-bearing trees while considering water savings through tree selection and watering techniques. Click on the links below to watch each video.


Native to the Sonoran Desert, Ironwood Trees provide habitat, restoration and food. ​

​​​​Ironwood Trees

First introduced to the United States in the late 1700's, Mission Fig Trees are hardy and do exception​ally well in our desert environment.​​​

​​Fig Trees

Acorns in the Desert? The Southern Live Oak Flourishes in Phoenix.​

​​Southern Live Oak

Learn about growing Pomegranate Trees to add some of their fruit to your favorite dishes.​​

​Pomegranate Trees



For additional free water c​onservation resources similar to these, visit our ​digital education page.​

phoenix.gov/watercloud​