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Artificial Turf Grass Displays Water Savings in SoCal Garden

With California in the third year of a drought, the San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency in Beaumont is trying to demonstrate that it is possible to have a lovely garden without using a lot of water. The agency, headquartered on Beaumont Avenue, is replacing its…


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Calif: Water Districts Face Stiff Fines If Allocations Exceeded

Metropolitan Water District officials say districts that exceed their allocations will face stiff fines. Goal of new water garden display in Eastern Water District is to persuade customers to use native vegetation and other water saving options – yet new lottery-style rebate allotments are hampering…


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Artificial Turf Grass Rebates Now Available Through Los Angeles Dept of Water and Power

Artificial turf and synthetic grass rebates extended into LA County California The L.A. County Department of Water and Power is offering a number of free programs and rebates to help residents save water during what promises to be a hot, dry summer, the time of…


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WATER: Bill would let agencies trump homeowners association rules

Measure could void HOA moves to limit drought-tolerant landscaping Two of California’s most powerful forces —- water agencies and the property rights of homeowners’ associations —- may be on a collision course. Southern California’s giant water wholesaler, Metropolitan Water District, is sponsoring state legislation to…


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