With the end of summer in sight, and fall only a month or so away, it’s important to keep up with what our lawns need — and don’t need — during the changing seasons.
Learn how much water is enough for your yard by signing up to receive weekly email and text alerts. These alerts are based on real-time data from local weather stations and information about your sprinkler system. Together, they show how much water is just enough to keep your lawn healthy.
Water conservation isn’t just a summer activity. Saving water is something you, your family, and your community should work on year-round.
Keep the kids thinking about water conservation with our Water4Otter game. It features the hero of our successful children’s conservation campaign, Otis the Otter. He encourages players to become “water spotters” and to save as much water as possible at home.
Come meet Otis the Otter at one of your area’s many fun events, and learn more about how to save water.
August 8: Frisco – RoughRiders vs. San Antonio August 21: Royce City – Back to School Event September 20: Plano – Plano Balloon Festival
|Bring Otis to your community Get the kids in your area talking about, thinking about, and practicing water conservation by bringing Otis and his friends to your community. After our initial launch, 92 percent of children said they would rather give water to Otis than to their lawns, and 78 percent went home and talked to their parents about saving water.|
Learn more at Water4Otter.org