Annual Kid’s Water Calendar

2024 Kid’s Water Calendar

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Each year the Clackamas River Water Providers invite K-5 grade students to participate in our annual water calendar coloring contest. Students demonstrate their knowledge of water by creating drawings that reflect the calendar theme. Each school that participates in the contest will receive a box of calendars (#100) to give away to students and families.

The theme for the 2025 Kid’s Water Calendar is “Protecting and Conserving Our 1%” which is based on water conservation and our planet earth which is covered with water. Ninety-seven percent of the earth’s water is seawater, the remaining 3% is freshwater, and 2% of the freshwater is frozen. Only 1% other the earth’s water is available for drinking water and sustaining life.

The 2025 calendar project is underway. Invites to participate have been sent to CRWP elementary school teachers. Student drawings depicting the theme are due April 19th.


The 2024 calendars have been distributed to each school who had at least one class participate in the 2023 contest, as well as distributed to all of our CRWP member front offices and throughout the CRWP member service areas.

For more information and additional copies of the calendar please contact Christine at [email protected] or call (503) 723-3511.


The CRWP annual calendar contest continues to be one of our most successful projects because of the enthusiastic participation of our teachers, students, and community members.  The drawings featured in the calendar, as well as the conservation tips, will help you identify simple and easy things you can do to reduce your water use and help us protect the Clackamas River.

Thank you to everyone for your support and a special thanks to our teachers who work with us each school year to bring water education into the classrooms.

The Clackamas River Water Providers are committed to protecting and conserving the Clackamas River not just for our communities who drink the water, but for fish and the environment. As our communities grow, conserving and protecting our Clackamas River is one of the most effective ways to make the best use of our existing water resource and help protect the environment.


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