Thank you for watching FreshWaterLIVE, which was webcast live from Colorado. If you weren't able to watch the question and answer program with scientists live on September 28, it will soon be available as streaming video. Please check back in a couple of days. Also, you can watch these pre-recorded videos about watersheds:

Got a Question?
Ask a Fresh Water Scientist

Why does saving/using less water help the environment?
Using water-saving techniques diverts less water from our rivers, bays, and estuaries, which helps keep the environment healthy and can save money, too!  Less demand on wastewater treatment, which converts used water into drinkable water, helps to reduce the amount of energy and chemicals used to treat, pump, and heat water.  These are all energy demands and can cause pollution of their own, so reducing those demands by using less water overall is great for the environment.

Follow Us
on Facebook

FS Nature LIVE shared Chesapeake Bay Foundation's post.
about 6 hours ago
FS Nature LIVE shared Gifford Pinchot National Forest- U.S. Forest Service's post.
about 6 hours ago

Join the Conversation
on Twitter

Save the date on Thursday, Sept. 28 for a FREE, LIVE program from Colorado that explores fresh water & watersheds. https://t.co/mqSSLRwIr5
about 2 months ago
We had so much fun in Colorado this past week! Thank you @forestservice @CBSDenver https://t.co/YmzCtrmKJf Watch it here #GrasslandsTogether
about 4 months ago
Give us your feedback of #GrasslandsLIVE https://t.co/W7Sn58woOx for a chance to win a prize from @naturalinquirer #AmericasPrairies
about 4 months ago

Partners

Denver Museum of Nature & Science USDA Forest Service Prince William Network FSNatureLIVE
Freshwaters Illustrated Planet Lab Nature Watch Discover the Forest Natural Inquirer