Maintaining natural grass for football and soccer fields requires a lot of water.
It’s often expensive and time consuming, so it’s not uncommon to see maintenance reduced in effort to save water and money. The field inevitably dies, which ruins the game for players, but it’s one way to save money.
Not having access to soccer fields in the Northeast Los Angeles area for Anahuak Youth Soccer Assn. is a problem, but there can be a solution to this: Reconstruct the dirt soccer fields they have at Rio de Los Angeles State Park and make them artificial grass and to give Anahuak the access to all the fields for the young teens. Anahuak should be the main ones playing at that park due to the years that they have playing at that park and all the teen activity there is.
Artificial sports turf could be a fit alternative for this problem, as it doesn’t require the same water or maintenance as natural grass. Field managers could keep costs down while keeping the community of players happy.
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