Overwatering

Help us keep our watersheds clean! Overwatering your lawn may cause pollutants left behind to end up in our watersheds. Pollutants end in watersheds when irrigation travels over land and picks up any trash we’ve left behind, therefore it is very important to always pick up any litter we see. 

Here are some helpful tips to help you not overwater: 

  • Choose to broom your driveway instead of hosing it down 
  • Reduce your waste
  • Use non-toxic alternatives for pest management 
  • Set sprinklers to water your lawn only once before sunrise or after sunset

For non-toxic pesticide alternatives, visit here.

Is you are interested in becoming a #WatershedWarrior and making your landscaping more water-efficient, click here.

Thank you for helping us eliminate the amount of pollutants that end up in our rivers and creeks. 

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