Maintaining the original ideal: that human development can sustain a viable partnership with nature.
For information, emergencies, to report illegal sprinkling, leaks etc., phone 791-5567 (RCA representative: Robbin Edwards, 791-5683)
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BC Lake Stewardship Society: (monitor 108 and Sepa Lakes).
Ann Swann BC Lake Stewardship contact: 250-791-9232 www.bclss.org
TIPS FOR SAVING WATER
- Water your lawn only when it needs it. If it springs back after you step on it, it's OK.
- Deep soak your lawn. One good watering is better than lots of surface ones.
- Mulch around trees and plants reduces evaporation.
- Sweep (instead of hosing) driveways and paths.
- Wash your car using a bucket. Use hose only for rinsing.
- Check for leaks in pipes, hoses, faucets and couplings.
- Plant more indigenous perennials. They need less water.
Tuna cans can save water
How do you use a tuna can to save water you ask? Simple: every time you water your lawn, place an empty tuna can on the grass and only water until the can is full (tuna can is one inch high and grass needs only about one inch of water per thirty minutes of watering, twice a week to stay green).
ANALYSIS OF 108 MILE RANCH WATER