REACHING A WATER-WISE REALITY
Areas experiencing severe to exceptional drought continue to expand but so do the conditions effecting water supplies throughout the US, including pollution, land degradation and groundwater depletion. As these conditions expand, the call for water conservation efforts expand too.
Education outreach that leads to water-wise behavior change is key to these expanded efforts. NTC’s proven, customizable K-12 educational outreach programming can expand water conservation efforts today to realize a water-wise future for tomorrow.
TELLING YOUR WATER STORY
NTC delivers priority messaging to your community with your water story at the center. Water is local. Water conservation messaging is local too. Crafting a program that tells where the water in your area comes from and what behavior changes will have the most impact on your water supply is at the center of NTC’s water-wise programming. We partner with you to tell your water story to the audience you want to reach. We not only bring your water conservation message into your community, but we put it to work to create effective water stewardship now and into the future.
RESULTS THAT COUNT
NTC’s turnkey water-wise educational engagements create a powerful impact that transforms the school community into water conservation influencers, establishing a ripple effect into residential homes and across whole communities. Our highly visible and scalable programs have consistently demonstrated measurable ROI for our water clients, especially in drought-prone districts. Through social norming and behavior change science, NTC programming effects real, measurable change at school, household and community levels.
INTERACTIVE LEARNING LEADS TO SUSTAINED CHANGE
Fun, interactive programming delivered through both in-school events and livestream digital platforms is foundational to NTC’s successful educational outreach. We employ live actor-educators to engage students and inspire active, sustainable behavior change. In NTC water conservation programming, students are not talked at and told what to do. They are engaged to become active participants in educational offerings that encourage sustained adoption of behaviors that make a long-term difference.