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Danette Moore

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    pounds pesticide and excess fertilizer
    prevented from entering watersheds

Danette's Actions

Waterwise Community

Litter Removal

I will organize or participate in a volunteer litter clean up to keep trash from entering our storm drains and waterways.

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Waterwise Beautification

Mulch the Base of Trees and Plants

I will prevent water runoff and increase absorbency by mulching the base of plants and trees at my home or work.

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Waterwise Beautification

Use Native Plants When Possible

I will plant 12 square feet of native species, landscape with water-efficient plants in order to reduce general water usage, and minimize fertilizer and pesticide use.

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Waterwise Beautification

Plant a Tree

I will reduce stormwater runoff, promote better air quality, and reduce CO2 from our atmosphere by planting 1 tree(s) in my home or in my community.

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Waterwise Home

Eat A Little Less Meat

I will replace 5 ounces of animal protein with plant-based protein every day.

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  • Reflection Question
    Waterwise Beautification Mulch the Base of Trees and Plants
    Did you know that our quality of life on earth is tied to a thin layer of topsoil? Natural mulch from plant debris plays a critical role in conserving moisture, preventing erosion, storing groundwater, and helping return nutrients to the soil.

    Danette Moore's avatar
    Danette Moore 8/05/2020 5:09 PM
    I mulch all my flower beds and trees every late spring. In the fall I take fallen leaves from our trees and cover my beds to over winter

    • Steve Creech's avatar
      Steve Creech 8/26/2020 2:29 PM
      So smart. We wish everyone could start thinking this way. A) It's beautiful -- and so much better for the soil and groundwater recharge. Keep it up!