Wally’s visit to the Pipe Garden!
During Wally’s weekly walk through IEUA’s Chino Creek Wetlands and Educational Park, he stumbled across the Pipe Garden.  The Pipe Garden demonstrates how to use water wisely inside and outside the home.  The various signs share how much water you can save by following some water-saving tips, which can come in handy during this drought.
For example, Wally learned that you can save 22.5 gallons if you take a five minute shower with a low-flow showerhead, versus taking a five minute shower without a low-flow showerhead.  Also, you can save 10.3 gallons of water if you run a fully loaded dishwasher instead of hand washing the dishes.  With this knowledge in mind, Wally can do his part to save water during this historic drought.
Learn more about the Pipe Garden and the Chino Creek Wetlands and Educational Park at: 

*The Chino Creek Wetlands and Educational Park is partially funded by a grant from the State Water Resources Control Board.