During the summer, it is almost a no brainer to be saving water with the dry conditions. During the fall, people tend to forget about conserving water. Despite this common occurrence, water conservation should be a year round habit, not just during the hottest time of the year.
Change your sprinkler timer- this is one of the most important tips. Since the weather is starting to cool down, landscapes will not need as much water. Also, when it rains, it is important to remember that plants do not need to be watered at all.
Fall is the perfect time to plan ahead for the spring. Not only will it be easier to garden in the cool weather, plants planted in the fall tend to need less water and look almost perfect in the spring.
You can do this year round, and fall is a great time to check for leaks again. Fix leaks as soon as possible to avoid losing any more water or money than necessary.
Water use can be reduced by nearly 1/3 just by switching to efficient appliances. Browse the web or your local store for the latest efficient appliances.
Although fall tends to be cooler and more relaxed than summer, it is important to keep water efficiency on the mind throughout all seasons. The more action people take on this issue, the better off Earth will be