Celebrate This St. Patrick’s Day with “Green” Water Food

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by eating food produced with GREEN Water. Not literally green, but food grown with natural rain and moisture. Water footprint researchers assigned colors to water to help differentiate the types of water sources: blue, green and gray. Blue water is sourced from aquifers, reservoirs, and rivers that scribble across the landscape. … Continue reading Celebrate This St. Patrick’s Day with “Green” Water Food

Save Water and Make More Trash? It Is What City Leaders of Fort Bragg,CA Suggest

When did saving water come to mean, make more trash? It seems two weeks ago. That is when the Northern California city of Fort Bragg issued a water rule mandating city eateries to serve food on paper and plastic. The banning of silverware, glass and ceramic is in response to the historic low flows of … Continue reading Save Water and Make More Trash? It Is What City Leaders of Fort Bragg,CA Suggest

7 “Better” Ways to Save Water in Your Home Landscapes

Our definition of saving water needs to broaden to include strategies to keep water. This is especially true in our garden landscapes. While paving over grass with cement or replacing with artificial turf or stones saves water by reducing or eliminating the need to water, this strategy fails to KEEP any water, arguably more critical. … Continue reading 7 “Better” Ways to Save Water in Your Home Landscapes