Don't let the water run

Curbing our use of water in everyday tasks can really contribute to water conservation.  Did you know that turning off the water while brushing your teeth or shaving can save an average of 10 gallons of water per day per person?

Set your mower blades to 3"

Keeping your grass a bit longer encourages deeper root growth, and places less stress on the plant.  This provides a better chance of staying green when it is dry, and saves 15-60 gallons a day for each skipped watering.  This valuable water can be used to water the trees.

Creative Recycling

1. Place a bucket in the shower and use it to water your planters, shrubs and trees. A little soap is okay but try not to overdo it on the lather.

2.  Put small holes in the bottom of a utility bucket.  Place at the base of a tree and fill with water.  This will serve as "drip irrigation" and slowly absorb into the soil.

3.  Make your own water by running a dehumidifier in the house.  This will generate gallons of water a day, which can be used to water your landscape plants.

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