There are a number of ways to save water, and they all start with you
Water is our most precious resource; however, it is often taken for granted. Although Minnesota appears to have a more than adequate supply of water, increasing demand from domestic, agricultural, and industrial water users can strain water resources and municipal water supply systems, especially during periods of drought.
Use this simple calculator to estimate how much water, energy, and money you can save by installing WaterSense labeled products in your home or apartment building.
Think that little faucet drip isn't a big deal? That minor annoyance might be amounting to thousands of wasted gallons of water per year. Use this handy tool to calculate water waste.
Your individual water footprint is equal to the water required to produce the goods and services consumed by you, as well as the amount of water you use in your home. Use this calculator to asses your own unique water footprint.
Interested in developing a water-smart landscape for your home or property? This website provides plant ideas for different regions, water budget tools and a gallery of beautiful gardens from around the country.