Water is a limited resource, and even in our wet corner of the world supplies can be depleted.
Rivers across the state provide drinking water for our communities and up to 30% of Oregonians draw on wells that are linked to nearby rivers. The more water we use, the less we leave for fish, wildlife and irrigating farms, and the more we end up paying. Like it or not, the population of the Pacific Northwest is expected to grow drastically over during our lifetime, so even more demands will be placed on our water resources.
The good news is that conserving water is easy. Here are a few ways to get started:
Water in the morning or evening, not in ...