PROTECTING OUR CORNER OF THE WATERSHED
Always Conserve and Reuse Water Wisely
Use low-flow faucets, shower heads, reduced flow toilet flushing equipment and water saving appliances such as energy star dish/clothes washers. Repair leaking faucets, toilets and pumps. Do not over-water your lawn or garden. Use slow-watering techniques such as trickle irrigation or soaker hoses when watering your lawn. As a general rule, lawns only need watering every five to seven days in the summer. Remember, we all can contribute to the health of our waterways in many ways!