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June 1, 2024 - May 1, 2025

Team Moscow Feed


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?

  • Susan and Mark Rounds's avatar
    Susan and Mark Rounds 1/07/2024 5:33 PM
    28 years ago, my husband and I started switching the plantings in our yard from lawn grass to native plants which require only occasional watering. We only use water from our rain barrels or water saved when running the inside taps for watering outside. That means we do not use the outside faucets on our house for any landscaping. It means more effort to pack water to the new trees or plants, and I am getting much stronger. The greatest benefit has been watching a vast increase in the number and diversity of insects in our yard, from tiny Perdita bees, to 8 species of Bumblebee, Praying Mantis, and non-aggressive wasps.
    Waterwise Home Conserve Toilet Water
    What would a sustainable water future in your region look like? What needs to change?

    Susan and Mark Rounds's avatar
    Susan and Mark Rounds 1/07/2024 5:29 PM
    In order to improve sustainability, new housing developments should be required to install low water use landscaping and low flow toilets and other water saving devices.
    Waterwise Community Litter Removal
    How do you feel about your community when you see lots of litter? How does litter find its way downstream?

    Kelli Cooper's avatar
    Kelli Cooper 4/08/2021 3:59 PM
    I HATE seeing litter!  Especially litter that could be recycled since I know that item also has many upstream impacts that could be avoided if it was disposed of properly.