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Summer, at Last...Let the Fun Begin!

Summertime Fun...Endless Opportunities!

Summer is finally here, no worries if you don’t have any plans to go away on vacation, lots of fun can be had in your own backyard. Take a look at some of these kid friendly activities and enjoy making new memories.

Conservative Gardening-Let's Get Started Saving H20

Water is a scarce resource.  As an environment buff, have you ever found yourself turning off running taps even those you come across in a property that isn’t your own? Our survival is dependent on an abundance of water, yet most of us take this resource for granted...

The Natural Opening Act of Spring

Spring marks the seasonal migration of the Canadian geese all across North America and Canada. The familiar and melodic honking from up in the sky reminds us that winter is drawing to a close, and it is time to shed the wool sweater to prepare for spring. Personally, this year, we are ready!

Spring Time Remedies - Who Needs More Chemicals!

Hundreds of years ago, long before the invention of chemical pesticides, farmers and homeowners created effective remedies for removing insect infestations from their garden plants. Those same remedies can still be used today. They are easy to make, inexpensive and better for our families and our environment - especially water-the most precious resource we own!

DIY Water Conservation - What are You Waiting For?

DIY Water Conservation - Save Water, Save $$$  So we may all be well aware that the idea of sustainability is a popular one; for some, it may be a way to stamp that “green” star on their list of do-goods for the year and hang it on the refrigerator to let the world know, for others, it has become a way of life for reasons much deeper than self-gratification...

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It's 2014 - Bring On Those Resolutions!-What Are You Waiting For ???

Happy New Year!  It's Time To Talk About Resolutions

Now that all of the confetti has cleared and the party hats are being stored for next year, we can start focusing on our infamous New Year’s resolutions.

May the Holidays Bring You Joy and the New Year Every Blessing

Winter is finally here and the Holiday season is settling right into this calendar year as if it had never left!  Tis’ the time of the year that allows friends, families, and Scrooges alike to get together and squeeze as many traditions as possible into these few months. 

Falling Backwards-It's Easy When You Are Prepared!

Autumn’s Here: Its time to Fall Back!

On November 3rd, we come to the end of Daylight Saving Time in most of the United States. With an extra hour in our day--and winter on the way--it’s a good time for a seasonal home preparedness checklist!

Why Should I Care About the Evolution of Irrigation?

Six Hundred Million Acres of Irrigation Worldwide...The History of Farming

Since the first plants were domesticated, irrigation has played a vital role in the development of agriculture worldwide. Take a whirlwind tour of the history of agriculture and irrigation from ancient times to present day.

Water Conservation Mythology 101

Five Myths About Water Conservation-Recognize Any of These?

You cannot always believe everything you read online-seems like everyone has an opinion these days.  With this being the age of instant information, it takes time and effort to discern between fact and opinions that "sound like facts."  Water Conservation is no exception.....

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