Build Your Own Water-Wise Toolkit


| 3/9/2017 9:55:00 AM


Tags: saving water, self sufficient living, self sufficiency, California, Evan Marks,

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Photo by Tony Wodarck

Water-wise living is about halving our water footprint through our everyday decisions.

One simple way to reduce your water footprint is to choose reusable products. The plastic industry uses a lot of water to make the many disposable bags and bottles that we consume in the course of a day. And more often than not, those disposables end up polluting our precious waterways and contaminating our oceans.

We can do better by our water! These six smart tools for change will help you conserve water during your daily activities.



Reusable Utensils. Stash a set of our reusable to-go ware in your day bag to use instead of disposable plastic cutlery.

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