Water Worries Renew Questions About Future Of Growth In The Phoenix (AZ) Area

A few years ago, Jeanette Royer and her husband, Steve, took a hard look at the cost of water for Litchfield Farms, the homeowners association they manage in the West Valley, and came up with some ways of cutting back.  “Instead of watering every plant, we are watering every third plant. Many of the items that you do see are desert landscape,” said Jeanette.     Read the article……….


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