You can lead a horse to water, but if there is no water, you will definitely not be able to make him drink. As the weather continues to warm and the rains subside, you may not yet be thinking of water conservation. But if you don’t by the end of summer, when the temperatures really go up, you will as you gaze upon dry ground or a high water bill. Whether you landscape in the yard, have a veggie garden, farm or raise livestock, water is a key component. Without it you have nothing. Conserving water then becomes very important. …
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