Don’t Wait! These Sweet Holiday Deals on Water Knowledge End Soon
50% off Water & the Shaping of California; 20% off maps, guides, teacher resources; $15 off Water More or Less
Here’s a sweet deal for the holidays that won’t last much longer: Get the paperback “Water & the Shaping of California,” a treasure trove of gorgeous color photos, historic maps, water literature and famous sayings about water for just $17.50 — a 50% discount.
That is just one of the special holiday discount offers from the Foundation. We’re also offering a 20% discount on our popular water maps, guides, teacher resources and more, and $15 off copies of “Water More or Less.”
“Water & the Shaping of California” is a beautifully designed oversize book that discusses the engineering feats, political decisions and popular opinion that reshaped nature and society, leading to the water projects that created the California we know today. The book Includes a foreword by the late Kevin Starr, the Golden State’s premier historian.
This book normally retails for $35, but for just a few more days you can get it for just $17.50. Use the discount code HOLIDAYBOOK at checkout to get your 50% discount. It’s the perfect gift for anyone interested in water in California.
We’re also offering 20 percent discounts on our beautiful poster-size maps showing the integral role that water plays in California and in the Colorado River Basin; educational Layperson’s Guides on topics such as groundwater, climate change, the Colorado River, California water, flood management and more. To get the 20 percent discount, use the code HOLIDAYSALE at checkout.
We also have a special, limited-time deal on “Water More or Less”, co-authored and signed by Rita Schmidt Sudman, the Foundation’s former executive director and a long-time observer of the California water scene. This book captures the historic water conflicts, moments of change and offers solutions for the future. The book normally sells for $50, but you can get it for $35. Use discount code WATERSALE at checkout.
Order by Dec. 18 to make sure it arrives in time for Christmas.