The Bow Drinking Water Protection Committee encourages residents to continue to conserve water. A statement was released mid-April from NH Department of Environmental Services, warning residents to continue to conserve water:
Drought conditions in New Hampshire continue in the southern half of the state, where groundwater supplies are lagging behind in recovery. As New Hampshire heads into peak water use season, the New Hampshire Drought Management Team is urging the public to use water conservatively. Hundreds of wells across the state went dry in 2016, and below average rainfall combined with high temperatures could put New Hampshire right back where it was last year.
Read the full report from State of NH:
Learn more about the Bow Drinking Water Protection Committee.