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California Governor Declares Statewide Drought

For the first time in California since 1991, the Governor proclaimed a statewide drought. Coming on the heels of a predicted reduction in water runoff at 41% of normal years, the Executive Order directs California Dept of Water Resources (DWR) to facilitate water transfers; work…


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Californians Use 39% of Their Water Resources OUTDOORS

Shaving Off the Water Savings … There’s another cultural tenet to overcome: Californians’ devotion to the easy suburban lifestyle (or at least, the easy suburban lifestyle as we know it). Thirty-nine percent of residential water use in California occurs outdoors, mainly when homeowners water their…


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WATER SHORTAGES Force Landscapers to Lobby for More Water

Water restrictions are severely impacting landscaping operations across the Southeast, forcing contractors and others to organize in defense of their industry. At stake are more than newly-planted lawns, but jobs, mortgages, businesses and families. Read “Landscapers Lobby for More Water”


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Artificial Grass Lawns Florida, WATER RESTRICTIONS – DO THEY WORK?

By Lesia Reid lesia@tholes.com January 20, 2008 Recently, Florida has embarked on a new round of water restrictions. As I watched the news, the only thing that occurred to me was, do these restrictions really work? The short answer – time will tell. The facts…


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