|Look for December 2013 "Did You Know" tips at links below|
- Agricultural Irrigation
- Crop Production
- Drinking Water
- Lakes / Ponds / Streams
- Lawn and Landscape Irrigation
- Lawns, Landscapes and Gardens
- Livestock Manure Management
- Policy / Law / Economics / Human Behavior
- Stormwater Management
- Wastewater - Domestic Sewage
- Water Basics (groundwater, surface water, hydrology)
- Well and Wellhead Management
A listing of water-related newsletters published by several UNL units.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
A number of water-related Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Sources:
- Plain Talk About Drinking Water: Questions and Answers About the Water You Drink, by Dr. James M. Symons, published by the American Water Works Association
- Michigan State University Institute of Water Research and MSU's Groundwater Education in Michigan Program.
Some commonly used water measurements.
Did You Know?
Q: When I’m working in the yard, I’m tempted to take a drink from my garden hose. Is this safe?
A: No. The water is safe, but a standard vinyl garden hose has substances in it to keep it flexible. These chemicals, which may get into the water as it goes through the hose, are not good for you. In addition, the outside thread opening at the end could be covered with germs.