Canyon Sands HOA (CA) cutting out turf, pours out adopt-a-tree program

The Canyon Sands HOA and landscape committee has transformed about three acres of turf into desert landscaping. They’ve spent $200,000 to create some drought relief so far, but won’t stop their water saving efforts there.  “It’s working. Since 2013 we’ve saved 60 percent on our water usage with the irrigation,” said HOA director Hal Castle.    Read the article……….


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