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City SB 2nd-3rd

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The SBVMWD recharges the groundwater and the City of San Bernardino Water Department draws some of this water up from the ground.
The Water Cycle
Precipitation
How can we help save water?
How much water does it take?
660 Gallons
Do You Remember?
What does the City of San Bernardino Water Department do?
California Water!
Southern California
Sacramento
Delta
Water soaks down and gets trapped between rocks & sand. This is called groundwater. The place groundwater is stored is called an.....
Water on Earth
State Water Project
Milk
Where does most of our drinking water come from?
www.iercd.org
65 Gallons
285 Gallons
1. Underground Aquifers
2. Rain & snow
Where does most of the rain fall in California?
1. Southern California
Thank You!

Don't Forget, Save Water Today!
36 Gallons, one egg
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2
3
5
I work for the....
What does the IERCD do?
Promote Conservation
Education
Install Native Plant Gardens
How does water get to your faucet?
97%
2%
1%
California Aqueduct
How do we use water?
Food Production
Watering
Outside
Surface Water
Snow & Ice
Rivers
Lakes
Streams
4
Water Conservation
Precipitation
Population
Source #2
Source #3
most
Most
Sacramento Delta
WATER BILL
Promote Conservation and Education
Fresh Drinking Water
Glacier Ice
Ocean Salt Water
Kids size
3-4 Gallons
each flush
Plant native plants
3. The ocean
1. Underground Aquifers
Monitor Project Sites
Creeks
Evaporation
Condensation
Check
sprinklers
Lytle Creek
Fix running toilets
1% Fresh water
left over for people, plants and animals.
20-24 gallons/day
California Poppies

They send
fresh clean water
to our homes.
Ocean
Wastewater is cleaned and recycled at water treatment plants.
Water that runs into the storm drain is called runoff and is not filtered. This sends pollutants into the waterways and ocean.
Water from your house is called wastewater
Drought
A long period of time with little or no precipitation.
Aquifer!
5 Minutes
Turn off water while brushing
Groundwater
Source #1
The City of San Bernardino Water Department pulls up the water using wells.
Aquifer
Well
Drinking
Manufacturing
Kid Size
Sweep the driveway and sidewalks
Temperature Changes Water
0
freezes at 32
Solid
0
boils at 212
Gas/Vapor
Liquid
3 states of matter
1. Where does most of our drinking water come from?
3. What does the City of San Bernardino Water Department do?
2. What region of California gets more rainfall?
To Think About!
This groundwater is sent to homes and businesses in our area.
1.
Showering and Cleaning
Infiltration
Transpiration
Northern
California
Ponds
California Aqueduct
1. Send the water bill to your home.

2. Provide clean water for now and for the future.

3. Promote conservation and education.

4. All are correct.
4.
1. Send the water bill to your home.

2. Provide clean water for now and for the future.

3. Promote conservation and education.

4. All are correct.
Aquifers
Fire

Hydrant
Colors
What do they mean?
Gallons Per Minute: GPM
Yellow:
Private hydrant using public water
Yellow
with colored top:
The color of hydrants in our neighborhoods determine where the water comes from and how much water is available from it.
What is the most common hydrant color in your area?
Red:
Business private, does not use public water.
500 GPM; will need to be pumped through a fire truck.
Violet:
Recycled,
non potable water source
Orange:
Green:
500 - 999 GPM
1000 - 1499 GPM
Private with
1000 - 1499 GPM
Water Conservation
www.iercd.org

Water's Worth It
Water's Worth It
Storm drains
2-LS2.A: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems:
 Plants depend on water and light to grow.
Water's Worth It
2-ESS2-3 Earth Systems: Obtain information to identify where water is found on Earth and that it can be liquid or solid.
2. Northern California
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2. Northern California
3-LS2.C: Ecosystem Dynamics, Functioning, and Resilience: When the environment changes in ways that affect a place’s physical characteristics, temperature, or availability of resources.
3-ESS2-1. Represent data in tables and graphical displays to describe typical weather conditions expected during a particular season.
Water is one of our most precious resources.
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