|Water is our most precious resource.|
Because April is the month to celebrate Landscape Architecture and #Earthday activities, you might remember our April 2nd post that talks about water and how we should apply basic conservation tips regardless where we live. We provided a #ThursdayThrowback water tip regarding our lawns, the biggest gulper of our water resources. Need some additional tips that relate to more than our landscapes? Visit this website, Saveourwater.com with plenty of water saving tips. It’s a document generated from California, the state mentioned in our April 2nd post. Due to the serious drought they face today, saving water is a must, not a feel-good thing to do. The pressure is being applied to save water daily. Don't live in California? You're not off the hook. We should all be practicing water conservation.
Deepak Chopra states a general human reaction regarding our resources, water being one of our most precious. “When resources become skimpy, human beings don’t suddenly cooperate to conserve what’s left. They fight to the last scrap for possession of a diminishing resource.” That's why, specifically in this industry, we should be taking part in this message daily; not just April, not just #Earthday. Make water bountiful by conserving it rather than wasting it with these little steps you can take. When you appreciate something, you don’t take it for granted. Take the water challenge – save even a few drops by a click on this link. You may already be doing many of them so keep up the good work and take part in sending this message daily.
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