Tips From Bolinas-Stinson Elementary School
1. Put a bucket in the shower and use that to flush the toilet. -- Orie Young
2. Don't leave faucets running while you're brushing your teeth. -- Mara Kauffman-Puchall
3. I bring a water bottle to school because when you drink out of the drinking fountain, 25 percent of the water goes down the drain. -- Ryder Wood
4. We fill up something in the sink with water and put soap in it and wash all the dishes in that. -- Orie Young
5. Fill your dishwasher completely before starting it. -- Eric Bell
6. If it's yellow let it mellow, if it's brown flush it down. -- Ibarra Demmerle
7. At home, don't turn the faucet on full when you wash your hands. -- Melea Emunah
8. My family puts coolers (or buckets) under the shower until the water gets warm and then we use that water to water the plants. -- Zoe Zaleski
9. Clean your driveway with a broom instead of a hose. -- Ariana Trubeyagnew
10. Wash your bikes less. -- Eric Bell
11. This was a really hard thing for me to do, but I did it anyway. I took five minute showers instead of 11 minutes.
-- Mariah Rose-Ives
12. Just shower when you need to. -- Owen Bisson
13. A lot of people use way too much water when they're watering their garden. We got a new garden right around the time the drought started, so we couldn't use that much water to water our garden. Nothing really happened. The garden survived. -- Ryder Wood
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