Happy almost New Year! Are you making your new year resolutions? How about adding water conservation onto your list?
We will kick off Water Wednesday by introducing some simple actions to reduce water consumption inside your house and protect ... READ MORE
Reclaimed water is something that has been engineered and perfected over time. We have so much of it within Florida too. The benefits of using reclaimed water are exceptional. So, what exactly is reclaimed water?
Reclaimed water is former domestic ... READ MORE
This month Water Wednesday will feature Urban Agriculture!
What is Urban Agriculture? According to U.S. EPA, "Urban Agriculture is part of a local food system where food is produced within an urban area and marketed to consumers within that ... READ MORE
Sumter County Water School, which took place in The Villages October 21 and 22, was a smashing success this year, bringing together more than 20 industry professionals from Sumter and adjoining counties to discuss Florida's most precious resource: ... READ MORE
This month Water Wednesday will feature Reclaimed Water!
Reclaimed water is all around you and you probably don’t even realize it! Walk outside and look down at your sprinklers. Are they purple? If the answer is yes, that’s reclaimed water! ... READ MORE
The ponds that you see outside your residence are probably not put there by nature, nor are they even close to being naturally occurring. These might be stormwater ponds. Urbanization is one of the boldest impacts on the water cycle. This is ... READ MORE
We are so excited to unveil the new Water Wednesday: Water Wednesday Ask Extension and Water Wednesday Webinar.
Water Wednesday Ask Extension is brand new format. No formal presentation. No registration. We just would like to chat with you ... READ MORE
Although rainwater harvesting has been practiced for thousands of years, recent concerns over water supplies and the environment have prompted a renewed interest in this method of water sourcing. A rainwater harvesting system is the collection ... READ MORE
Public drinking water supplies meet national and state safety standards, however, homeowners using a private water supply are responsible for monitoring the quality of their own drinking water supplies.
Water treatment devices can improve ... READ MORE
Floridians are no strangers to hurricanes, with the state facing peak season from August to October. Hurricanes are one of nature’s most powerful storms, producing strong winds, storm surge flooding and heavy rainfall.
When hurricanes dump ... READ MORE