Ever forgotten to lock the front door or close the garage when leaving the house? Luckily there are home security apps that will fix that for you, but what if a faucet is leaking in your home or the hose outside is still on? There’s an app for that, it’s called Dropcountr. Colorado WaterWise, an … Continue reading How Austin, Texas got Water Wise Using Data
By Frank Kinder, co-chair of the Colorado WaterWise board of directors, and senior conservation specialist with Colorado Springs Utilities Coloradoans are always thirsting for more water knowledge. In the arid west, conservation is an important part of our water picture. Colorado WaterWise presents an update to conservation in the square state this month with its … Continue reading Upcoming Conservation Summit
The agenda for the Colorado WaterWise 5th Annual Water Conservation Summit and pre-conference workshop is posted and registration is open. Attend the summit to learn about "SMART" landscape water management, a study on irrigation using gray water, marketing, Colorado's Water Plan and more. The FREE pre-conference workshop is on constructing successful water rates, read the … Continue reading Register for the Colorado WaterWise Water Conservation Summit
By Natalie Stevens, City of Greeley Are toilet replacement efforts effective? How do Colorado cities plan for drought? What are the political impacts on water conservation programs? Is more money needed for water efficiency or are more regulations the way to go? The answer to these questions and more will be part of the Colorado … Continue reading Join us for the Colorado WaterWise 4th Annual Conservation Summit!