10 Things To Do in a Drought

Posted by Pure Solutions on Jul 12, 2022 12:12:17 PM

If no one has told you yet, Massachusetts is currently in a drought. When people think of a drought, they think of deserts, or of people thirsting for water, but it is really a lot simpler. According to the National Drought Mitigation Center (NDMC), a drought can be defined as a protracted period of deficient precipitation resulting in extensive damage to crops, and a consequential loss of yield,” but the same way hurricanes have different levels, droughts do as well. A drought can very much be a dry desert with no crop in sight, but it can also be the reason why your grass is turning slightly brown, or your berries and your vegetables are not blooming as frequently as they should.

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How to Water While Keeping the Environment in Mind

Posted by Spencer Rowden on May 7, 2019 2:22:00 PM

Living in New England has many benefits and one that we don't think about enough of is the abundance of water we have access to. We just had the most days of rainfall in April in HISTORY with 21 recorded days. Although it seems like it may never stop raining, reducing water usage this summer will still be important. 

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