How many ways can you come up with that can help conserve water? What do you already do in your home to be more water-conscious? The Water Page is an excellent resource to learn more about ways you can save water in your everyday life. Take a moment to read up on water issues and how you can help solve them.
Investigate more ways to save water with your family on this website. Get your whole family involved and think about ways you can cut down on water consumption on the daily.
Institute of Science Developed Resources
The Freshwater Forum along with Southeast Michigan Council of Governments and Great Lakes Water Quality developed a series of OneWater videos that show us ways to protect water every day.
As scientists, observation is key to how we learn about our natural world. To record your own observations, join inaturalist.org and become a citizen scientist.
When we study water quality we use the “bugs” or benthic macroinvertebrates as indicators to the river or streams health. Macroinvertebrates is a great resource for learning how to ID aquatic insects.
Protecting and conserving water is important for today and for future generations. Water-Use It Wisely has videos and other resources that can help us practice water conservation at school, work and at home.