Over the past few years, Alabama and other states have been concerned with citizens saving water and energy due to droughts and shortages. To help educate Alabama citizens about the issues, Legacy, Inc., Partners in Environmental Education, has produced an environmental education publication called “Drops and Watts.” Two of Alabama’s non-renewable resources are water and energy. With these resources being non-renewable, we need to learn to conserve them for future generation. “Drops and Watts” is a practical guide for Alabama citizens to learn to conserve water and energy. The guide features tips on how to conserve these resources both inside and outside the home. “Drops and Watts” was sponsored by Legacy, Inc., Partners in Environmental Education; Alabama Rural Electric Association; Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA), Office of Water Resources; and the ADECA, Science, Technology and Energy Division.