• Water Saving Tips: The Water in Your Food

    It takes water, sometimes a lot of it, to grow, process and transport our food. So, when you eat lower on the food chain, eat more whole foods and waste less food, you also save water. Read on to learn about ways you can save the water in your food.

  • Water Saving Tips: In the Kitchen

    Kitchen and food preparation, we spend much of our lives at home in the kitchen, the major hub of activity. Saving water in the kitchen will play a big part in reducing your water consumption at home. Read more to find out.

  • Water Saving Tips: Outdoors

    Our water supplies are limited. With more than half of outdoor water used for lawns and gardens, a few simple steps can reduce your outdoor water consumption. So tighten those taps, eliminate those leaks and use water wisely. Read more to find out.

  • Water Saving Tips: In the Bathroom

    Almost every activity or daily routine that happens in the home bathroom uses a lot of water. You use more water in the bathroom than in all of the other rooms combined! Read more to find out.

  • Water Saving Tips: The Water in the Things You Buy

    Practically everything we buy, use and consume has a water footprint because it took water to process and transport it. Being thoughtful about purchases, reusing where you can and recycling can reduce your water footprint (and minimize your trash).