American households waste thousands of gallons of greywater per year. Using it in gardens is a great way to take pressure off our water sources.

As climate change leads to hotter and drier summers, many wonder what to do about their water-starved gardens. Unfortunately, their concern is warranted, as localities often resort to water restrictions as temperatures rise. However, people have options for keeping their plants alive. Greywater is one of them. This article explains what greywater is, why you might consider using it, and how to get started immediately.