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At Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water, we are committed to enhancing the quality of life for the people in southwest Minnesota by acquiring and providing reliable, high quality, affordable water in an environmentally responsible manner through a publicly owned system.

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Water Conservation Tips

For Outdoor Use

  • Water only when needed. Look at the grass, feel the soil, or use a soil moisture meter to determine when to water.
  • Do not over-water. Soil can hold only so much moisture, and the rest simply runs off. A timer will help, and either a kitchen timer or an alarm clock will do. Apply only enough water to fill the plant’s root zone. Excess water beyond that is wasted. One and a half inches of water applied once a week in the summer will keep most grasses alive and healthy.
  • Water lawns early in the morning during the hotter summer months. Otherwise, much of the water used on the lawn can simply evaporate between the sprinkler and the grass.
  • To avoid excessive evaporation,...

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Water IS the stuff of life.

Water IS the stuff of life.

Summer is almost upon us…temperatures are slowly rising throughout North America.  Depending on where on this vast continent you reside, your summer might range from hot and dry (filled with watering restrictions and a fading green lawn) all the way to a tropical humidity and daily afternoon showers.  And every imaginable scenario in between.

But we all have one thing in common.  Water is essential to survival. No matter where you live, and really, no matter what the season.  Without fresh water you will die in just a few days.  Plain and simple, no sugar coating, and this single fact helps drive the point home: water equals life.

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