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California Launches Website Where People Can Snitch On Water Wasters

SACRAMENTO (AP) — California is launching a state website that lets residents tattle on water wasters, from neighbors with leaky sprinklers to waiters who serve water without asking. 127 more words

News

Water restrictions vary in West Island towns

WATCH ABOVE: Most cities and towns have water restrictions in place when it comes to watering the lawn, and it seems the ‘pay as you go’ approach is the best deterrent in order to conserve water. 275 more words

Environment

Series: Hydrological Impacts of IAPs Part 3

PART 3: INVASIVE ALIEN PLANTS IN SOUTH AFRICA: Riparian invasions

Self-established stands of alien invasive trees are common in many parts of South Africa. They mainly invade non-riparian settings but sometimes invade riparian habitats. 325 more words

IAP

Following the Vascular Trail: The Path of Water from Soil to Atmosphere

Try to imagine life without water….No matter how dry it may seem to be here, the soil cracked open in supplication, the lawns toasted and tan, Rhododendrons with their leaves curled and burnt along their margins, Vine and Japanese Maples, their leaves crisped blowing down curbs in late summer’s heat, there is water…everywhere, locked deeply in tissues, bound tightly to soil particles. 5,604 more words

Horticulture

Syracuse hosts meeting to discuss secondary water restrictions as demand outpaces supply

SYRACUSE, Utah — The supply is outweighing the demand when it comes to secondary water in the city of Syracuse, and the city held a special meeting Wednesday to discuss possible water restrictions for its residents. 295 more words

News

Lack of water could temporarily shut down Port Townsend Paper Corp. mill - PDN

Charlie Berman reports on the ongoing discussions between the city of Port Townsend and the PT Paper Mill Corp. As stated in the article, it appears that the City is using approx. 64 more words

Puget Sound