Conservation Resources


Educating our customers on the importance of water in conservation, recycling, storage, and other resource-management programs is our top priority.

Students are introduced to California’s water supply and distribution system, water sources and water quality. They also will explore the importance of water conservation and their role in preserving and protecting natural resources. All Metropolitan programs meet to various California Content Standards, including Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards. Our resources are available at no cost to teachers and students within our six-county service area which includes parts of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Ventura counties.

Our Curriculum

All About Water
Water Ways
Water Times
Conservation Connection
Water Times
Diemer Launders

Classroom Activities

Internships – We offer a broad range of academic areas for undergraduate and graduate students. Students learn about the water industry and gain valuable work experience. A listing of internships and the training programs in the water sector may be found here.

Apprenticeship Program - Our Apprenticeship Program provides instruction and on-the-job training for careers as a mechanic, electrician or other trade profession in the water industry.

Field Trips - Field trips can be arranged to visit various Metropolitan facilities including the downtown headquarters and Diamond Valley Lake. Please contact Mark Moss for further information or to schedule a tour.

Presentations - We’ll send water experts to speak to your group or class about specific issues facing Southern California or provide an overview of the water delivery and treatment system operated by Metropolitan. Please email Mark Moss or call (213) 217-6926 to schedule a presentation.


Principal Public Affairs Representative

Blanca Robles Baker
(951) 388-3035

Contact for Diamond Valley Lake field trips & tours

Principal Public Affairs Representative

Mark Moss
(213) 217-7125

Contact for Water Journeys Water Engineering 4 Good

Public Affairs Representative

Brian Martz
(213) 217-6855

Contact for Boy Scouts Program Student Art Calendar Program

Education Team Manager