Water-wise Landscaping Best Practices
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Xeriscape Landscaping for Water Conservation
Information About Protected U.S. Lands
Colorado River Shrinks from unsustainable use during 10 year drought
"GRIM FORECAST FOR FUTURE WATER SUPPLY FROM THE COLORADO RIVER"
Storm Water Permits
Tips for Water Conservation in Landscapes
Navajo Nation Recognized for Water Protection and Drinking Water Achievements
Urban River Revitalization Provides New Uses for "Living Water"
California Drought Opens Gray Water Approval Statewide
California regulators have opened the floodgates for using "gray water" by issuing an emergency decision that allows residents to create simple water-reuse systems without a construction permit.
Save gardening water with SIP - sub-irrigation planters
Urban Lakes and Streams Contaminated with PAH from Sealcoat
Chesapeake Bay strategies for accelerating cleanup of the nation's largest estuary and its vast watershed.
Pesticide Levels in Corn Belt Rivers
Spiders play large role as sentinels of contaminants in aquatic, riparian ecosystems
Spiders that live near water may be an effective warning system for contaminants in aquatic ecosystems, according to a new USGS and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency study.
Car Habitat Creates Flooding!
Did you know... 65% of new impervious cover can be classified as car habitat!
Federal Agencies Required to Reduce Stormwater Runoff
Local Agriculture Reduces Environmental Impact
Hydroponics from Pee... and Open Source Water Innovation
Humans pee! Yep, and a lot.
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