Sally Save Water™ Says...

A Change of Season Requires Outdoor Watering Changes

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Friday, October 26, 2018
A Change of Season Requires Outdoor Watering Changes

The changing of the seasons is beautiful with the amazing colors of the Fall foliage. With the arrival of the new season, accompanied by cooler, moist weather, Sally-Save-Water® recommends that you change your landscape watering schedule. Outdoor plants simply require less water during the Fall season. 

Read More


Happy New Year...Let’s Make 2018 a Great Year!

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Tuesday, January 09, 2018
Happy New Year...Let’s Make 2018 a Great Year!

As a new year begins everyone likes to make a new year’s resolution...even if only for fun or as mine usually last...a day. But, seriously, we need to consider a personal/family resolution about our water use habits. 

Read More


How Many A Day Do You Use?

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
How Many A Day Do You Use?

At home? At work?

Do you know family members or co-workers who grab a clean cup or glass every time they get a drink? 

Read More


Recent Posts

Archive

    Categories

    Tags

    Washing Dishes Conserving Water in the Kitchen Programs for Government Utility Water Conservation Videos in English Reuse Cooking Water Change of Seasons For Schools Blast from the Past Public Awareness San Joaquin County Saving Water in the Summer Water Conservation Videos in Spanish Water Conservation Messenger Saving Sink Water Saving Water on Holidays Artificial Grass Water Conservation Elected Officials FEMA Tips Water Tower Displays Starting the Year Off Right Artificial Lawns Private Water Conservation Solutions No Lawn Solutions Revised Water Regulations Sally-Save-Water™ Helpers The Communicator Awards New Year Resolutions Teaching Children Zero Water Manufacturing Public Water Conservation Efforts Outreach Needs Water Conservation Public Awareness Store Automatic Sprinkler Settings Water Awareness Month Politicians Policing Water Waste Trivia Water Awareness Partner Holiday Tip Public Awareness Store Opening Successful Public Awareness Campaigns Save Water Over the Holidays Updated Watering Hours 2018 Water Saving What are your Numbers? Sprinkler Water Waste Agency's Message Water Recycling California Drought Watering Plants with Recycled Water Public Awareness TV Commericals Water Conservation Public Outreach Public Water Conservation Programs Summer Camp Package Think B4U Dump Save Our Waterways Drought Tolerant Plants World of Water News Stockton Record Corporate Water Convservation Leaking Sprinkler Heads Diana Lowery Consulting Policing Water Consumption Saving Water Washing Hair Dripping Faucets Things for Kids to do at Camp Storm Water Public Outreach Public Service Announcement Cooking Uses Water Watching Your Water Consumption Water Conservation Outreach Programs for Schools Alex Breitler Multiple Water Uses Sally-Save-Water™ Song Environmental Business Partner Coming Soon! Church Youth Camps Product Branding Parks and Recreation Group Activities Water Conservation Outreach Programs for Children Share Your Water Photos Conserving Water While Doing Laundry Hotel Resorts Red Cross Plan to Survive Disaster Planning Water Restrictions Replacement Lawns 2019 Water Savings Water Conservation Opinion Foods That Require Water to Make Storm Drains Word Trivia Facebook Drought Resistant Plants Educational Awareness Programs Mother Earth Public Awareness Campaign for Businesses Happy New Year 2019 Watqer Watching Your Water Usage Low Water Gardens Water Use Awareness Sally-Save-Water™ For the Classroom "Here Comes Sally-Save-Water"© e-Book Plan2Survive Changing Seasons Children's Club Activities Rainiest City License Water Conservation Public Awareness Campaigns Rainiest Cities in the US Water Intoxication Save Water While Cooking Zero Water Use State Waterboard News Sally Save Water™ Water to Fight Fire Sprinkler Maintenance Naked Water Tower Outreach Programs Preparing for a Disaster Special Water Awareness Month Package Award Winning Awareness Programs Watering Plants Less