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    Water Conservation Through the Eyes of an Intern

    Hi, my name is Morgan and I was an intern for Gilbert Water Conservation last year.

    09/01/2019 7:00 AM

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    Easy Guide To Watering Grass

    You won’t believe what I’m about to tell you… Your grass only needs water once every three days. Yep, even in the peak of summer, your grass only needs water once every three days.

    06/01/2019 7:00 AM

  • Water Blog Earth Month 2019

    The Earth ♥s Gilbert Kindness

    Join Mayor Jenn Daniels and all of your Gilbert neighbors in showing the Earth some Gilbert Kindness this Earth Month 2019. Commit to saving water this year by joining the National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation!

    04/01/2019 8:00 AM

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    Water Shortage and Gilbert

    You’ve probably heard the words “water shortage” and “Colorado River” in the same sentence quite a bit lately, which probably feels a little unsettling. In fact, it can be downright nerve-racking, especially since water is such a confusing and controversial topic in Arizona. We're here to help!

    03/04/2019 10:31 AM

  • February Water Blog

    Water Budgets Offer Win-Win: Water Efficiency and Strong Plants

    02/05/2019 2:17 PM

  • Gilbert Water Conservation in 2018

    Gilbert Water Conservation Annual Scorecard 2018

    Water is precious here in the desert. We strive to use every drop as efficiently as possible because saved drops = saved water. In fact, in 2018, Gilbert residents, staff, HOAs, businesses, and churches saved 375 million gallons of water through a combination of free Water Conservation programs!

    01/02/2019 4:35 PM

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    Gilbert Children Investigate: Do Trees Really Sweat?

    I know, it’s a strange question. But the answer is even stranger: yes, trees do sweat. The technical term for tree sweat is transpiration, when water is pulled from roots to the leaves where it changes to water vapor and evaporates, and is an essential function for plants to live.

    12/13/2018 4:48 PM