At Granger-Hunter Improvement District, we love the fact that winter's rain and snow helps replenish the state's reservoirs. But we also know that it can definitely make walking around safely difficult! Slips and falls are two of the most common... (Read More)
Water isn't just essential for us humans; the same holds true for our canines. The good news is dogs will typically drink the amount of water they should if it's readily available. Make sure you offer enough clean water to your dog daily.
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Think dehydration only strikes on the hottest days of summer? Nope. Sorry, it's a thing all year round, meaning you can easily become dehydrated in the fall and winter. It's an especially significant health concern during the winter because the... (Read More)
You've heard it all before: water makes up about 60 percent of your body weight. Every part of your body needs water to function properly, and drinking enough water is incredibly important.
But how much water should you really be drinking? The... (Read More)
The average American family uses more than 300 gallons of water per day at home in bathrooms, kitchens and in laundry rooms. Here are some easy ways to conserve our most precious natural resource — and save money on your water bill:
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Do you suffer from muscle cramps or headaches often? Does your skin feel dry or do you battle constipation? These could all be signs of dehydration, along with many other symptoms. Many people aren't getting the hydration their body needs to... (Read More)
Adults often love saving water because it involves saving money, in addition to helping the environment. But kids may be reluctant because they don’t see the immediate advantages. Here are a few fun ways to get them involved in water... (Read More)
Your water intake can impact your brain performance. Your whole body relies on proper water intake, including your mind.
Your body needs water to help keep blood and oxygen flowing correctly. When you're dehydrated you may experience headaches... (Read More)
Have you ever wondered how water falls from the sky and gets to places in your house where you use it? The process isn’t as straightforward as it may seem. Here’s a quick look at the never-ending life cycle of water.
Start at the... (Read More)