Some examples of drought tolerant native landscapes from The Water Conservation Garden in San Diego
04.22.14Resources

3 REASONS TO USE DROUGHT TOLERANT OR NATIVE PLANTS

A native plant is one occurring naturally, in a given geography, wit… MORE >
Pelican Hill Coliseum Pool
04.15.14Technology

Time to Check Out H2Otel Challenge

H2Otel Challenge is a new EPA WaterSense program that reduces water … MORE >
Salt Water in a Glass
04.08.14Trends

Desalination – A Foolproof Solution for Water Scarcity?

71% of the earth is covered by oceans and weekly I get the same ques… MORE >
Miracle Machine Water to Wine
04.01.14Trends

Miracle Machine: Water to Wine

Friends and readers of VCTO know I love wine and you probably figure… MORE >
Bond
03.25.14Trends

The Water Bond – 2014

We learned about water stocks and water banks so it just seems natur… MORE >
2 Broken Heads via @IMSh2o
03.18.14Trends

5 Steps to Get Smart: Fix a Leak this Week

March 17 – 23 is the official EPA WaterSense Fix a Leak Week. Coin… MORE >
Lake Mead
03.11.14Trends

The Water Bank — Water For A Not So Rainy Day

Water banks have been operating for years now, but generally not kno… MORE >
Water Balloon
03.04.14Trends

10 Important Reasons Water is Better than Helium

Even though Helium won an Oscar in 2014, water is still better. So… MORE >
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