Stop over-watering your yard, and learn exactly what you need to set your water controller. Ensure you are using the best amount of water for the specific weather or time of year. RESET YOUR CONTROLLER
Repair Broken Sprinklers
Little things like fixing a broken sprinkler can make a big difference. Make sure to check your sprinkler system at least once a week. If you notice any brown spots on your lawn, there may be sprinkler heads that need to be replaced. Ensure that sprinklers are spraying the lawn and aren’t spraying walls, driveways, or sidewalks.
Calculate Your Water Footprint
A great activity to do at home with the kids is to calculate your water footprint. Kids may have no idea how many gallons of water are used for basic daily activities like taking a bath or a shower, washing their clothes, or brushing their teeth. Start conserving today!
Step 2: Review the results with your child and brainstorm some ways for reducing water use.
Step 3: Develop a list of goals for reducing water use in your home and take action.
Save Water at Home
Choose Drought-Tolerant Plants
You can use less water by shrinking the amount of lawn you have, planting water-efficient plants, and installing a drip irrigation system. Drought-tolerant plants work best because they don’t require much water to survive. Native species adapted to your climate are also a good choice and often require less maintenance.