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San Juan Water Dist. Aug 7
It’s almost the start of the new school year which means it’s time to grab reusable water bottles for the kids!
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Jal Bharat Aug 5
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Simi Valley H2O Jan 30
A series of rain storms start tonight, so let's keep our sprinklers shut-off!
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Black Mtn Landscape Design Aug 11
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Gautham C Roy May 31
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TShark May 21
HUGE pet peeve - seeing sprinklers running when it's raining outside!
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Conservation Garden Aug 8
PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: “More than half of all household water use occurs outside, so swapping out grass for more water-efficient landscapes and native plants can go a long way to reaching our conservation goals.” - Jeffrey Kightlinger, General Manager at
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The Better India Jul 8
As apartment dwellers everywhere are finding out this summer, India's cities have begun to run out of water. Here are five questions you should ask the builder before investing your hard-earned money!
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Simi Valley H2O May 17
Remember to give your sprinklers a few days off! In addition to local rain yesterday, we're expecting more on Saturday night and Sunday too! rain or shine!!
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OWEN Open Water Education Network Jun 28
Saturday is going to be a scorcher!! Please think about your safety, open water is not a place to cool off or play. Play safe, Stay safe x
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Gautham C Roy Jun 2
When you spread the True Health , happiness is all around . 💜💜💜 . We have changed our life by drinking Kangen Water , do you? . .
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March for Science Sacramento Apr 18
Before the on , get from the ! Mulch slows evaporation, conserves water, moderates soil temps, and adds nutrients to the soil. Find out how to get your free mulch!
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Ongava Game Reserve Jun 12
We also miss the rains down in Africa, Toto... Namibia is experiencing a country-wide drought, so here's a gentle reminder to be water-wise while visiting. 📷 Jandre Germishuizen Photography
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Stroud Center Apr 10
Good advice to follow! RT : Waiting for the water to warm up in your shower or sink? Don't let it be wasted down the drain. Capture your water in a bucket and use it for your plants.
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Militant Angeleno Feb 26
Replying to @DamienTypes
The Militant took out his lawn a few years ago. But he'd be pissed if they were trampling on the native deer grass and sage plants.
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West Basin MWD Jul 17
Do you know your lawn type? Learn how to identify and remove your lawn with this educational video from
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City of Oxnard Apr 12
THIS SATURDAY! Sign up & learn how to transform your yard into a California Friendly® garden. Learn simple, practical tips for improving the health of your landscape & garden. 🏡🌱🌳
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bo horn Apr 14
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KH2O Khusela_Amanzi May 27
There are alternatives to oil and gas, but there is no alternative to 💧 water! One of the ways YOU can play a part, is to make sure every drop is accounted for
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New Braunfels Utilities 8h
The answer to yesterday’s trivia is seven BILLION gallons! You can help reduce that number with drought-tolerant landscaping. Start by choosing plants that require little water, like many varieties of cacti and succulents.
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