Water Conservation Matters

Guest Blog- Part 2 Water is everywhere, right? You use water when you turn on the faucet to wash your hands, to use the restroom, wash your clothes, and of course, you drink it. Water seems like an abundant, never-ending supply, right? Unfortunately, that’s not true. In fact, is pretty far from the truth. Water… Continue reading »

Water For Our Future Growth

Who’s Green  has decided to give water use a little extra attention in 2016.  We believe there are many steps, large and small, each of us can take to help keep an ample supply on hand. This is not only for ourselves but also for those who follow.  We will continue to provide you with… Continue reading »

Is There A Water Shortage? What You Should Know

Most Americans take drinking water for granted, turning on the tap and getting a fresh, clean supply. That’s not the case in every region. Here is some food for thought for the next time you turn on the tap. Water Shortages are expected for most of the country in the near future Water is becoming… Continue reading »

Water Softeners VS. Water Filters- What You Should Know

What is the difference between a water softener and a water filter? This is a question very few people comprehend. First, you need to understand the difference between Hard water and Contaminated water. What is “Hard water”? Hard water is probably the most common water problem found in the home. Water described as “hard” is… Continue reading »

Everyday Environmentalism- Tips For Conserving Water In The Kitchen

When it comes to saving water in the kitchen, a few small steps can make a big difference. Consider these tips for reducing your water consumption every day. Rather than running the tap when cleaning vegetables, use a bowl of water. Later, reuse it to water outdoor plants. Reusing water from rinsing out the coffeepot… Continue reading »

How To Water Your Garden Properly

-By Sarah Bankoff It seems pretty straightforward, doesn’t it? Everyone knows that a garden has to have water to thrive. But drowning your plants in water is just as harmful to them as not watering them at all. So, to try to help you figure out how much is exactly enough, here’s your quick and… Continue reading »

Watershed Management Group

Watershed Management Group is a Tucson-based non-profit with the mission to improve people’s lives by integrating community development and conservation. We provide people with the knowledge and skills necessary to sustainably manage their natural resources. Our work includes: increasing vegetation in neighborhoods through stormwater harvesting, making conservation technologies affordable, using rainwater and greywater to irrigate… Continue reading »