A few nice Water Conservation images I found:
A Living Library in Chinatown
Image by edibleoffice
Rainwater catchment system and mural by Bonnie Sherk, students, and teachers in A Living Library at Gordon J Lau Elementary School in San Francisco, California.
The cisterns hold 2,410 gallons of water each time it rains, traveling 85′ from roof to lower yard! In this image, the pipe goes through a stairway garden, watering it along the way.
When I began teaching media and ecology here several years ago, there was only one small stairway garden. Since then, we’ve ripped up thousands of square feet of concrete and replaced it with edible and native plants! Students, parents, teachers, and community members have been with us every step of the way – thank you for all your support!
Fish town DC
Image by Alex Barth
Recycling and water conservation
Image by USFWS Pacific
These rain barrels were purchased with a "Connecting People with Nature" Grant from the USFWS. Now students can collect the needed water for their garden