Fresno and Clovis (CA) HOA’s Go One Step Further to Conserve Water

Monday afternoon, Goza showed Action News one Northwest Fresno gated community that he says is being proactive this year. They’ve installed new nozzles, a drip irrigation system, and traded grass for shrubs, which he says will cut water usage by 40 to 50 percent. But it’s not cheap.   Read the article……….


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