#Water Conservation

Moses Lake, WAPosted by
Columbia Basin Herald

Watching water: Moses Lake conservation measures extended through September

MOSES LAKE — The Moses Lake City Council voted Tuesday to extend the city’s conservation measures permanently from the beginning of June to the end of September. The ordinance, which takes effect immediately, states property owners with odd-numbered addresses can water on odd-numbered calendar days, and property owners with even-numbered addresses can water on even-numbered calendar days.
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Wintersville, OHWeirton Daily Times

August installment of Wednesdays in Wintersville coming up

WINTERSVILLE — The weather has not been especially kind to the new Wednesdays in Wintersville that got off the ground first on June 2, and continued July 7, but there’s hope that Wednesday offering happens under sunny skies. Weather aside, people still came out to support the family-friendly July event...
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Fort Bragg, CAmendofever.com

Fort Bragg Conservation Campaign Offering Free Resources and Water Saving Kits

In an effort to assist with educating Fort Bragg visitors and guests, the City of Fort Bragg is providing local businesses with pre-printed free table tents that remind visitors that the City, like many communities in California, is experiencing drought conditions and as a result is under Stage 2 mandatory water conservation restrictions. The first table tent is targeted to restaurant patrons and reminds our visitors that the water used to serve a glass of water, includes the water to wash the glass at a factor of three to four times the contents. The second table tent is targeted to overnight guests, asking them to please help Fort Bragg save water by incorporating a few easy practices. If your restaurant or lodging establishment would like free pre-printed water conservation table tents, please contact the Department of Public Works at (707) 961-2823, ext. 131 or send a request to waterconservation@fortbragg.com.
Minnesota Stateknsiradio.com

How Minnesota’s Drought, Low Water Levels on the Mississippi Will Affect Drinking Water

(KNSI) – As of Thursday’s U.S. Drought Monitor report, 98 percent of Minnesota is in a state of drought. A little over half of the state, including St. Cloud, is experiencing severe drought, and 22 percent of the state is seeing extreme drought conditions. Those areas include northern Wright County, much of Meeker County, southern Stearns County and nearly all of Clearwater County, home of the Mississippi River headwaters.
Utah Stateksl.com

How can Utahns save water in drought? Governor wants to buy back your lawn

Gov. Spencer Cox speaks about water conservation as Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson, South Jordan Mayor Dawn Ramsey and Central Utah Water Conservation District manager Rick Maloy participate in a press conference at the Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District in West Jordan on Thursday. (Laura Seitz, Deseret News) — SALT LAKE CITY — Metering all secondary water systems, continuing work with farmers and ranchers to reduce water consumption and starting a statewide turf buyback program are all steps Utah needs to take to be more waterwise, Gov. Spencer Cox said Thursday.
Utah StateKUTV

Utahns paid thousands to design water conserving landscaping

WEST JORDAN, Utah (KUTV) — Utahns are being paid thousands of dollars to use landscaping that conserves water. The current historic drought has increased demand for the Localscapes Rewards program. The Jordan Valley's Water Conservation Garden Park has model landscapes, showing Utahns how to design, build, and maintain a lawn designed specifically for Utah's arid climate.
Utah County, UTDaily Herald

Utah’s leaders speak about ongoing drought, water conservation efforts

A handful of Utah government and water officials, including Gov. Spencer Cox, spoke on Thursday about the state’s ongoing drought and ways that state agencies can conserve water throughout the rest of the summer. Nearly the entire state, just under 99%, is currently experiencing “extreme” drought conditions, according to data...
Baton Rouge, LAKEDM

Baton Rouge Summit Will Address Pending Groundwater Crisis

Advocates in Baton Rouge are continuing to lobby for protection of the region’s source of drinking water: the Southern Hills Aquifer. Together Baton Rouge and the Louisiana Environmental Action Network (LEAN) are holding a community forum on the issue at the Manship Theatre in Baton Rouge Thursday night. The region...

Cal Water encourages Salinas Valley customers to conserve water amid dry year

SALINAS VALLEY — As Monterey County experiences a second dry year in a row, California Water Service (Cal Water) encourages customers in its Salinas and King City districts to conserve water as much as possible. “Our Salinas and King City district customers have done a tremendous job with their conservation...

How To Take Care Of The Plants While You Are On Vacation

Summer makes plants look prettier than ever. Of course, heat can become your worst enemy. With the arrival of summer and high temperatures, your plants and flowers may be in danger, especially if they are outdoors. Furthermore, the heat and the increased hours of direct sunlight add a degree of difficulty when it comes to preserving the life of our plants . However, there are specific methods and strategies for its conservation that we will tell you below. And we will also talk about some types of indoor and outdoor plants that have greater resistance to high temperatures.