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March 24, 2017
This week in district social media
- Thanks to the district women who are participating in this month’s Women in STEM project as part of Women’s History Month. This week we featured district staffers Emily Wakley, Margaret Guyette, Melisa Diolosa and Deb Stone.
- Thanks to our many partners who are already gearing up for Water Conservation Month in April. We’re excited to recognize those who recently joined the district approving proclamations. Thanks to the cities of Belle Isle, Daytona Beach, Fellsmere, Ocoee, Palm Coast, Sebastian and Winter Springs, the towns of Howey-in-the-Hills and Indian River Shores and Baker and Clay counties.
- Are you getting spring fever? If you are itching to get outdoors and work on your garden or landscape, check out our waterwise landscape searchable plant database. www.sjrwmd.com/waterwiselandscapes
- District staff held a permitting peer review meeting March 29 at the district’s Palm Bay Service Center. Upcoming opportunities to give us your feedback. Find details at www.sjrwmd.com/othermeetings
- March 22 was World Water Day. By using reclaimed water, communities can conserve traditional freshwater supplies and provide an environmentally responsible alternative to disposal of wastewater. www.sjrwmd.com/waterconservation/reclaimed.html
Water conservation tip
Listen for dripping faucets and toilets that flush themselves. Fixing a leak can save 500 gallons each month.