Water Woes Rise In The Heart Of Summer
We're not even halfway through the summer, and drought concerns are rising, even in normally well-watered parts of Oregon.
Junction City recently had to declare a "moderate" water emergency and restrict water uses.
EWEB in Eugene is keeping an eye on low river flows caused by the lack of snowpack.
And Ashland is poised to increase warnings about water use, if its major reservoir drops below a certain level.
We invited water managers from all three cities to join us for a chat on conservation measures.
LINK: Ashland's web page on Water-wise Landscaping.