Whether you’re interested in replacing your natural lawn, reducing your water every month, or how you can encourage your kids to spend time in the garden with you this year, we think you’ll enjoy this edition of AGL Weekly.
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Cash for Grass Rebate Programs Help Replace Natural Lawn
Learn more about eligibility and consider replacing your lawn with drought tolerant solutions sooner than later, as the rebate programs may not be around forever.
How Micro Irrigation Saves Water In the Garden
One way homeowners are cutting their water bill is the installation of micro irrigation for the garden. These irrigation systems reduce the amount of water used by focusing the water in specific areas in need of water.
Combining micro irrigation with succulent plants can dramatically reduce your water bill.
Not All Californians Have Access to Safe Drinking Water
We encourage you to conserve water as much as possible – replacing your natural grass with artificial grass can slash your water usage dramatically, as irrigation often results in up to 30% of your water use.
Humans Implicated in String of Record-Warm Years
If you’ve noticed the weather getting warmer year after year, you’ve noticed climate change first hand.
Researches found strong evidence that our activity (especially since around the 80s) has had a dramatic impact on the environment, which has resulted in increasing temperatures and record-breaking warmth around the planet.
Take a look at this one if you’re interested in the research.
How to Start A Pizza Garden (Infographic)
If you’re looking for a way to get your kids interested in the garden, consider creating a pizza garden – these gardens produce most of the ingredients you need to make your own homemade pizza.
This could help you spend some quality time with your kids in the outdoors.
Have A Great Weekend
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