Rancho Bernardo’s (CA) community centers adapt to the drought

Landscape changes are appearing at some of Rancho Bernardo’s seven community centers as they respond to the region’s four-year drought.  Drivers along West Bernardo Drive are sure to see changes underway since some of the Westwood Club’s more than 40,000 square feet of turf that is being removed and replaced with drought-tolerant vegetation includes the area along the busy roadway.     Read the article………..


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