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June 1, 2024 - May 1, 2025

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Reflection, encouragement, and relationship building are all important aspects of getting a new habit to stick.
Share thoughts, encourage others, and reinforce positive new habits on the Feed.

To get started, share “your why.” Why did you join the challenge and choose the actions you did?

  • Charlene Ney's avatar
    Charlene Ney 4/27/2021 9:56 AM
    I have planted  native plants.

  • Charlene Ney's avatar
    Charlene Ney 4/27/2021 9:55 AM
    I have turned off the water faucet instead of running it while brushing my teethe. It isn't a lot of water saved but over time it is a lot.

  • Charlene Ney's avatar
    Charlene Ney 4/13/2021 10:59 AM
    Working on it one day at a time.
    Waterwise Beautification Collect Rain Water
    Although three-fourths of our planet is covered by water, only a small fraction is suitable for use, and yet growing populations are placing more demands on this finite resource. If you had to collect, store, clean and pump your own water, as earlier generations did, how would that change the way you use it today?

    Charlene Ney's avatar
    Charlene Ney 4/13/2021 10:54 AM
    pots out to collect the rain water

    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.

    Jordan Bowen's avatar
    Jordan Bowen 4/06/2021 5:27 AM
    Laid mulch with all my new plantings including a juniper bush that sits on a mound of earth that constantly erodes onto my driveway. By planting and mulching the earth that easily erodes, I hope to reduce the erosion taking place.