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Focus on Conservation

BCVWD is committed to making conservation a way of life.

“Every small water-saving action adds up,” President Covington said. “While turning the water off while you brush your teeth may seem like a drop in the bucket, that soon becomes a full bucket that makes a meaningful difference in our water supply.”

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Take a Walk in the Park Day

Today is National Take a Walk in the Park Day! Might we suggest a stroll through Bogart Park? With hundreds of acres of recreation area — including camping, equestrian trails, hiking, biking, and a new fishing pond — there’s something for everyone to enjoy. 🌳 BCVWD is proud to collaborate with Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District and Riverside County in the management of this regional destination. Be sure to check out the upcoming Fishing Derby from April 13 to 14! #BCVWD #BogartPark

First Day of Spring

Happy first day of spring! 🌱 Thinking of planting any flowers, fruits or vegetables? Here are a few tips for growing a water-wise garden this season:

✅Choose a water-efficient drip irrigation system for trees, shrubs and flowers.

✅Watering at the roots is very effective but be careful not to overwater.

✅Remember to weed your lawn and garden regularly. Weeds compete with other plants for nutrients, light and water.

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Fix Leak Week

Today marks the start of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Fix a Leak Week! 🚰 #DidYouKnow household leaks can waste nearly 1 trillion gallons of water annually nationwide? You can check for leaks throughout your household to save money and water year-round. Be sure to check your:

  • Toilet
  • Faucet
  • Showerhead
  • Irrigation system
  • Hoses

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Groundwater Awareness Week

BCVWD is proud to observe Groundwater Awareness Week, an annual dedication to the responsible development, management, and use of groundwater. With California’s shifts in extreme weather, it’s more important than ever to shore up our groundwater resources and build a dependable water supply.

“BCVWD is paving the way for groundwater management in the region. The District’s MDP Line 16 Conservation and Flood Protection Project replenishes the Beaumont groundwater basin through a state-of-the-art stormwater drain,” Director Hoffman said. “Our Noble Creek Recharge Facility ensures water stability through recharge that will meet the community’s needs for many years to come. Through these projects and more, we demonstrate our continued commitment to groundwater sustainability.” 

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Today is National Plant a Flower Day! 🌷 Spring is a wonderful time to plant flowers, as watering requirements are lower. To conserve up to hundreds of gallons of water yearly, use a layer of organic mulch around your flower garden. #BCVWD #PlantAFlowerDay #ConservationTips

Leap Year

An extra day in the year means another day to save water! Take some time this leap day to consider new ways to conserve. Here are some easy ideas:

🥘 Select the proper size pans for cooking. Large pans require more cooking water than may be necessary.

🧱 Use porous materials for walkways and patios to keep water in your yard and prevent wasteful runoff.

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