Just say no to grass

Calabasas urges drought-tolerant, ‘smart’ gardens

SAVE WATER AND WILDLIFE—Above, Lisa Novick of the Theodore Payne Foundation speaks during an environmental forum about the use of native landscaping and smart gardening to save water and benefit wildlife. The City of Calabasas Environmental Planning Commission hosted the event Feb. 22 at the Calabasas Library. Below, the California Native Plant Society distributed brochures with information about gardening and its do’s and don’ts. Photos by BOBBY CURTIS/Acorn NewspapersThe American Dream typical...

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