WATER CONSERVATION STARTS IN YOUR BACKYARD. Our water supply comes from RAIN . Sunshine State…or Water State?. Average of 52 inches of rain per year Almost 45 inches “lost” to evaporation and transpiration. 52” of rain. 45” lost. Two Seasons…Wet & Dry.
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52” of rain
70% of annual rain falls during summer
Highest demands during dry winter/spring
saves money, too
For water shortage restrictions,
call the SFWMD
Water Conservation Hotline
Extra water needed
Plant needsHow much water does your lawn really need?
Seasonal rainfall typically provides enough water,
except during height of dry season
grass needs to stay green and healthy
– best before sunrise
and raise the blade
Do the Math…
2,700 gallons per year!
27 MILLION gallons!!!
Water Savings Incentive Program (Water SIP)
YOU can make a difference
For more tips and funding information
visit www.savewaterfl.com or
call us toll-free in Florida at