Success Stories


  • Native American Water Masters Association – AZ

    NAWMA brings together Native water professionals to learn and share, and develop the technical, managerial and financial capacity needed in Native communities to provide a safe and adequate water supply.

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  • River Village Mobile Home Park

    RCAC worked with the mobile home park owner to develop a budget and plan for necessary requirements to apply for public funding to, ultimately, achieve compliance with state drinking water regulations and provide safe water for its residents.

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  • Department of Hawaiian Homelands

    RCAC assisted DHHL to prepare required reports and DHHL submitted four successful grant applications for three projects totaling $15,826,191.

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  • Matheny Tract has access to water after struggling for decades

    For decades, Matheny Tract residents bathed in murky tap water that reeked of bleach. They worried about washing dishes in the water and wouldn’t even consider letting their children drink it. The water, warned public health officials, had arsenic levels too high for consumption.

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  • Coachella Valley Agua4All program evaluation shows increased water consumption

    Agua4All spotlights the lack of safe drinking water access in schools and communities, and encourages unique public-private partnerships to increase access and promote consumption. The idea is simple—install water bottle filling stations where they are needed most, such as in schools and community centers, and include water treatment where necessary. The project has attracted national attention and enjoyed great success—so much so that it is now set to expand beyond the pilot areas …

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