(Spectrum) The Water Tap: What is, and isn’t, believable about next steps in water conservation?

October 30, 2020; Joan Meiners, St. George Spectrum & Daily News

“It’s Halloween. So, let’s talk about something spooky related to water conservation. On Wednesday, October 21st, Dixie State University’s student newspaper, the Dixie Sun News, released the 9th issue of their 59th volume, in which they pranked and tested the student body by producing a front page full of fake news…”

Read the entire article here: https://www.thespectrum.com/story/news/2020/10/30/water-tap-whats-believable-next-steps-water-conservation/6061883002/

Photo credit: A sign set in stone at St. George’s Red Hills Desert Garden reminds visitors that desert landscapes use 77% less water than turf. Joan Meiners