Community members had a blast learning about water conservation and sustainable products while listening to live music from local artists, eating Mexican food and drinking locally brewed beer!
The public learned how to save water from the City of Corona's Department of Water and Power, Jurupa Community Services District and Western Municipal Water District; and learned how save even more water on their lawns with the University of California's Master Gardeners Program.
Citizens explored alternative and more sustainable ways of living at FallFest's Rock the River. Some learned about NRG Home Solar while others checked out BMW of Riverside's new electric and hybrid cars.
Our favorite inland environmental groups provided fun activities for children as well. Staff of the Hidden Valley Nature Center brought animals for the kids too!
Arrowhead Water kindly kept guests hydrated while Wicks Brewery Co. kept others entertained in the beer garden!
We are very thankful for our generous sponsors who supported us in our efforts to bring water conservation and sustainability into the minds of the people who live within the Santa Ana River Watershed; thank you to all our amazing exhibitors who showed up to take part in educating the public on ways they can save water and become more environmentally friendly; thank you to all the artists who rocked the river with your amazing talent; and thank you to all the citizens who attended our event to learn more about conservation and the work we do to protect our River!