City considers turning grassy parks into water-efficient landscapes

12/29/2011 | Half Moon Bay Review (Calif.)

City officials at Half Moon Bay, Calif., are considering a plan to convert grassy lawns at area parks into landscapes that reduce water consumption. The city wants to uproot the grass and replace it with granite rocks, drought-tolerant plants and eating areas. The plan could help the city save about $12,000 in annual lawn irrigation expenses.

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