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New seasons, new watering schedule.
When it comes to watering, less means more. Between April 1 and Oct. 31, set your sprinkler’s control box to manual and water only when needed. It’s a good idea to check with your local water provider for watering guidelines specific to your city. And in most cases, watering ONCE A WEEK IS JUST ENOUGH. Remember: No matter the season, every drop matters!

Sign up for WaterMyYard.org: We do the work, you do the watering.
Figuring out when and how much to water your lawn shouldn’t be a chore. That’s why there’s WaterMyYard.org — a free, easy-to-use online tool. WaterMyYard.org combines real-time weather information about your area with data on your lawn and sprinkler system type. It uses this information to determine how much watering you need to do on a day-to-day basis. Sign up for WaterMyYard.org to get an email or text reminder when it’s time to water.

Plant native, save water.
Did you know that plants local to North Texas require less water and less maintenance? This season, do your part to keep things local — and save water along the way. Not sure which plants call North Texas home? Click here and get planting!

Mark your calendars! Water4Otter is coming to a school near you.
Water4Otter is an award-winning school outreach program that makes learning about water conservation fun. This May, Otis the Otter and his friend Farah the Fox are kicking off their spring tour, stopping at local schools in North Texas.


Download the game!
Help kids become first-class Water Spotters by downloading and playing the mobile Water4Otter game! Learn more at Water4Otter.org.

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