Along with volunteering, we also love being environmentally friendly! You can help do your part by conserving water.


Governor Brown recently issued an executive order calling all Californian’s to do their part in conserving water.

Along with residents doing their part in minimizing water waste, the state is also asking schools, parks, and golf courses to limit the use of potable water for irrigation, and hotels, and restaurants to only serve water upon request. The order also prevents homeowner associations from fining residents who limit their lawn and landscaping watering. The average Californian uses approximately 196 gallons of water each day and officials say a 20 percent reduction could be reached by cutting daily use by 38 gallons. Here are some tips to help you conserve water:

  • Replace older toilets with newer high efficiency model.
  • Use a broom to clean driveways, sidewalks, and patios.
  • Use shorter wash cycles for your laundry.
  • Fill up a pitcher of water instead of running the tap.
  • Repair leaks right away.
  • Plant trees…

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