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Find out what happens to more than 65 million gallons of drinking water that gets flushed every day in Pima County, as Laura Markowitz follows the flow.

There is no resource more precious and more endangered in Southern Arizona than water. Each of us uses an average of 96 gallons of potable water per day.

Faced with uncertainty about how climate change will affect our water resources, Pima County and the City of Tucson recently formed a joint Water and Wastewater Oversight Committee to plan for a sustainable water future.

Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department
Tucson Audubon Society - Sweetwater Wetlands
Dancing Rocks Community
Information on Permaculture
The Humanure Handbook

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