The declining popularity of golf, an surplus of courses, and the cost of water are causing many courses to struggle and some to close.
Lesley Stahl reports on disturbing new evidence that our planet's groundwater is being pumped out much faster than it can be replenished.
Jon Kyl & Grady Gammage, Jr. on priorities for ensuring reliable water supplies into the future.
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Posted on 11/24/2014
In the last 22 months, the Phoenix Zoo reduced its water use by 20 percent. That saved the zoo $80,000 on its water bill over the past two years and conserved 19,500 million gallons of drinking water for all of us. The Phoenix Zoo saved the water and money the same way […]
Posted on 11/17/2014
You pay a landscaping company to save you the time and energy it takes to maintain a lovely green space. Twenty years ago, Arizona recognized that landscapers could do more. They could help their customers save money and help cities save water. With that goal in mind, Tucson Water, AMWUA, UA Cooperative […]
Tempe Town Lake: How (And Why) Did They Do That?
Posted on 11/10/2014
Tempe Town Lake is a manmade lake set in a dry riverbed in the middle of the desert. The 261 acre urban lake is a surprise to newcomers and still a marvel to those who were here when it was first filled in 1999. The lake is the centerpiece for a City […]