Promoting Energy Awareness, Conservation and Sustainability
By The Staff
Thursday, August 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
We've all become more aware of our critical responsibility to respect, maintain and conserve Florida's water resources.
At times when our rivers are flooding and water seems to be everywhere we don't want it, water conservation seems unnecessary.
But when we remember that no matter how much it rains only a portion of this water actually seeps back into North Florida's aquifers (which are where more than 90 percent of our drinking water comes from), we have to admit that it is important to conserve this vital resource.
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