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Learn more...Reported Water Savings!

Thirtyone billion gallons* saved! as of 2019. Additional gallons thru 2021 will be available soon.

Dive into the details, learn about how water is being saved across sectors with our draft Water for 2060 tool!

* While formalized 2060 conservation reporting has remained elusive, staff have worked diligently to tally what we can from volunteer reporting and thru conservative estimations of water savings calculated in contemporary government initiatives.




Water for 2060

With passage of House Bill 3055 (the Water For 2060 Act) in 2012, Oklahoma became the first state in the nation to establish a bold, statewide goal of consuming no more fresh water in 2060 than was consumed in 2010.

Water for 2060 Advisory Council

Reports

Hot Spot Basin Studies

Technical Memorandums

Funding Opportunities

Fact Sheets



Water for 2060 Excellence Award

In support of recommendations by a special advisory council to the Governor and Legislature, the Water for 2060 Excellence Award program was developed to recognize exceptional contributions to the promotion and implementation of water use efficiency and conservation of Oklahoma’s fresh water resources.

Past Award Recipients


Buck Farms (2021)


City of Bartlesville (2021)


Victor Ranch (2019)


Jerod McDaniel (2019)


Creek County Rural Water District #2 (2019)


City of Edmond (2019)


Fred Fischer of Flatland Farms (2018)


American Water Enterprises (2018)


Waurika Lake Master Conservancy District (2018)


Jimmy Emmons (2017)


Pat Long/Long Family Farms Partnership (2017)


Newfield Exploration Company (2017)


Continental Resources (2017)


OGE Energy Corp (2017)


Koch Fertilizer (2017)


City of Oklahoma City (2017)


City of Edmond (2017)




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