The third annual student-made video contest was organized and sponsored by member agencies with the Water Conservation Coalition of Santa Cruz County (WCC), and the water pollution prevention programs from the County of Santa Cruz, the City of Watsonville and the City of Santa Cruz. Local high school video production classes offered through the Santa Cruz County Regional Occupational Program, youth video and technology production organizations like Diamond Technology Institute the Watsonville High Video Academy, and video production classes at Cabrillo College and University of California Santa Cruz were invited to make short public service announcement (PSA) videos in English or Spanish about saving water or preventing water pollution. Some classes received presentations about water conservation and water pollution prevention to help educate the students about current water topics. This year, although there were no college-age entries, there were more than 70 entries that came from six high schools throughout Santa Cruz County. Winning videos came from Watsonville High, San Lorenzo Valley High, Harbor High, and Aptos High School.