The City of Fountain Colorado recently re-landscaped a portion of vacant property near the public library. City representatives collaborated with local non-profit, Water Returns of Colorado, which serves El Paso County and the surrounding Pikes Peak Region for resources and information regarding water conservation tools, tips and techniques.
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What is Water Returns?
Making good use of one of our most precious resources – water – is a goal worthy of collaboration, especially when it comes to landscape related water consumption. ~Steve Moorhead Water Returns
Water Returns understands sustainable (water-wise) landscape practices can reduce consumption by 30% or more, while retaining or enhancing aesthetics, but the path to get there is different for each landscape and its owner.
Homeowners, businesses, water providers, property managers, builders and developers, green industry professionals and associated agencies and non-profits – let’s take on this opportunity together!
Special Thanks to the City of Fountain Utilities for doing their part to help conserve and reuse precious Colorado resources!
Learn more about Water Returns, visit: www.WaterReturns.org