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Published on Feb 7, 2012
Florida is dependant on its water for the economy, public health and enjoyment. This video demonstrates the role that landscapes play in protecting our water supply from pollution and wasteful consumption. Discharges from lake Okeechobee, runoff from agricultural land, runoff from urban streets, runoff from gardens containing fertilizers all contribute to the decline in the rivers and estuaries. Ornamental landscapes use 30% of household water, contributing greatly to water supply problems. The video encourages the public to limit the use of grass in their landscapes as one tool in the repair of Florida's water problems.
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