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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?

  • Jayne Judd Adams's avatar
    Jayne Judd Adams 4/27/2024 5:41 AM
    I have done this and it's beautiful

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    Jayne Judd Adams 4/27/2024 5:33 AM
    I Believe in mulching and composting

  • Zeejay Han's avatar
    Zeejay Han 10/07/2023 2:57 PM
    During the Hurricane rain that hit southern California in September I captured over 110 gallons of rain water that I am using to water my bushes, trees and yard.

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    Angela Gbashah 6/13/2023 1:22 PM
    I am on it!
    I taught my summer school students the importance of recycling and reusing waste. We also discussed the importance of planting trees to prevent erosion.

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    Angela Gbashah 6/13/2023 1:19 PM
    I am on it. Was able to teach my students about recycling and reusing their waste.

  • Michael Blomquist's avatar
    Michael Blomquist 11/14/2022 9:49 AM
    Will address my water conservation challenge at a future date. Other renovations in the house are proceeding.

  • Heidi Okuhara's avatar
    Heidi Okuhara 4/30/2022 4:42 PM
    It's been going well. I've reduced my water usage. I'm not watering the lawn as frequently.
    Waterwise Community Eco-Friendly Community Beautification
    What is non-point source water pollution? What types of contaminants from neighborhoods enter our storm drains? How is NPS pollution different now than it was sixty years ago before the Clean Water Act?

    Zeejay Han's avatar
    Zeejay Han 4/28/2022 7:15 AM
    Contaminates from the neighborhood that enters our storm drains is any garbage in the gutters along the curb. I have seen paper and plastic trash along with leaves and brush. Sometimes paint and oil also enter the storm drains. I encourage all neighbors to park in the driveway on street sweeper days so the street sweeper does it's job and cleans the debris from the curb sides.
    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?

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    Zeejay Han 4/28/2022 7:12 AM
    Today, I do collect water during days of rain. I have 15 five (5) gallon buckets with handles and when it rains water runs off my roof in several places. I fill all 15 of my 5 gallon bucks two to four times depending how long and how hard it rains. Next I pure the 5 gallon buckets of rain water through a filter as the roof has dirt and soot. After I filter the water I store it in my 6 55 gallon polyurethane drums. This gives me 330 gallons of usable rain water. I pump the water out of the drums with a hand pump and water my flower beds during the dry part of the year. 

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    Zeejay Han 4/23/2022 4:05 AM
    My volunteer water project begins today in Love the City of Fullerton.