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Depending on the region, homeowners can use 30-60% of their water outdoors. 50% of that water is wasted, in part due to overwatering. Before you water your grass this season:🚰 Step on it. If the grass springs back, it doesn't need water.🚰 Leave it long. Longer grass promotes a more drought-resistant lawn and fewer weeds.🚰 Take a sprinkler break. Grass isn't really meant to be bright green in the summer.Learn more at www.epa.gov/watersense/watersense-summer-infographic via U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ... See MoreSee Less
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Youth Tour officially wrapped up Friday morning. We had a fun filled week in Washington, D.C. with our thirty-eight 2022 Youth Tour delegates (four from BREC). On the last day we visited the National Zoo (Pandas!!), the Natural History museum, the American History museum, and the National Archives. After that, students walked to the Washington monument and the Franklin D. Roosevelt and Martin Luther King Jr. memorials.We ended the evening at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to attend the musical Jersey Boys. We can’t express enough what a wonderful experience this has been for us (BREC chaperones) and the students. We encourage all of our children of members to take the opportunity to apply next year for a once in a lifetime experience."I cannot put into words how amazing this trip was, and I have nothing but positive things to say. I made so many new friendships, formed new bonds, and experienced so many fun and exciting things all while learning about the our nation and meeting our representatives. I also feel that my leadership skills developed further and I learned a ton while I was there. This is a trip that I will absolutely never forget and I encourage anybody who is presented with the chance to experience Youth Tour to go. You will not regret it and never forget it." - Nate Baird ... See MoreSee Less
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Do you, or a family member, rely on sensitive medical equipment? Make sure Buckeye Rural Electric Cooperative is aware and has your up-to-date contact information! Then, in the event of a planned outage, we can notify you to make appropriate plans. Also, in the event of an unplanned outage, we know where it’s critical to get the power back on ASAP. ... See MoreSee Less
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Don't forget that we have different options for bill pay! Learn more about them here: www.buckeyerec.coop/index.php/2015/07/02/april-may-are-budget-billing-sign-up-months/. ... See MoreSee Less
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In the midst of major power outages, focus is on safe and efficient restoration. Now that power has been restored, we can take the time to express our appreciation to so many who helped bring our community back! A huge thank you to the below men and women of these organizations that assisted us with passion and commitment in our time of need. (Picture below is New River Electric replacing broken pole in the Killbuck Marsh on County Line Rd 1.)Lorain-Medina Rural Electric CooperativeMidwest Energy & CommunicationsSouth Central Power Co.Hancock-Wood Electric CooperativeClaverack REC & RevolutionKenergyCarroll Electric Cooperative, Inc. - OhioSomerset Rural Electric Cooperative, Inc.Northwestern RECValley Rural Electric CooperativeNorth Central Electric CooperativeBuckeye Rural Electric CooperativeThompson ElectricNew River ElectricalThe Davey Tree Expert CompanyKidron Tree Service ... See MoreSee Less
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