The Twin Cities is growing and the demand for water continues to increase. There is enough water in the short-term, but long-term projections predict potentially significant impacts to aquifers if water continues to be consumed at current rates.
There is hope. Residents, businesses, water suppliers, and elected officials can all learn to use water more efficiently to ensure we have enough water in the future. Learn more about water issues in the news, the sources of water in each community, ideas for water conservation, and more.
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Richfield Adopts New Lawn Irrigation Restrictions
Time of day and moisture sensor requirements are new Link to story
California Prepares for Unending Drought
Permanent bans on some types of water use are being implemented Link to story
Source: New York Times
Hugo Lunches Water Rebate Program
Hugo and the Metropolitan Council partner to help residents save water Link to story
Source: The Citizen