September 22, 2015

North Texans Ponder Rising Water Bills

Many North Texas residents are complaining to city administrators that their water bills skyrocketed last month, and they are asking that their meters be re-checked for accuracy. Plano completed more […]
September 18, 2015

Can Rain be Harnessed? Texas is Trying

Much of Texas flooded in the spring and now drought-like conditions have returned. Farmer Ben Sholls said, “We had too much rain in the spring months and it affected our […]
September 15, 2015

Australians Know all about Rainwater Harvesting

Never underestimate the power of the Australian people to come up with first-class ways to collect, save, use and conserve precious rainwater. Read more.
September 14, 2015

Install a Rain Harvesting Tank Before You Need One

Despite heavy spring rains in Texas, the state is again suffering from cracked, dry ground. According to a new article in the Ranch and Rural Living magazine, the best time […]
September 10, 2015

Water Demand in Texas to Increase by 22%

The demand for water in Texas will increase by 22 percent by 2060, so protecting all water resources and practicing conservation is essential to sustaining the state’s water supply. The […]
September 8, 2015

California Town Relies on Bottled Water to Survive

In East Porterville, Calif., residents rely on delivered bottled water or perhaps a hose connected to the working well of a friendly neighbor. Many homes that once had working water […]
September 2, 2015

Unintended Consequences of the California Drought

According to the LA Times, Californians are learning about the unintended consequences of the state’s four-year-old drought. Corroded pipes. Funky odors. And a huge drop in revenue for water agencies. […]
August 31, 2015

Californians Suffer as Drought Continues

In 2014, farming in Tulare County, California, brought in $8.1 billion — more than any other county in the nation, but 1,252 of the county’s residential water wells are dry. […]
August 13, 2015

Plastic Balls May Help Conserve California Water Supplies

In California, officials have released 96 million black plastic balls – each the size of a grapefruit – into a into a state reservoir. The goal is to block sunlight […]
August 10, 2015

Editorial Lauds Feinstein-Boxer Water Bill for California Farmers

The Fresno Bee newspaper praises the potential of proposed legislation yet to help California’s farming community. After failing to move a previous California water bill, Sen. Diane Feinstein has crafted […]
August 7, 2015

Will New Homes of the Future Have Greywater Systems?

As a result of California’s severe four-year drought, a new residential development in San Diego is offering buyers a new option — a system that recycles household water that can […]
August 3, 2015

ARCSA Accredited Professional Workshop Set for Monterey, California

ARCSA and Monterey Peninsula Water Management District are pleased to offer a comprehensive Rainwater Catchment Accredited Professional training course, August 26 and 27, 2015 at the California American Water Training […]