Last summer following the driest Southern California winter on record, the only thing louder than the crackling of dry twigs was the deafening silence surrounding water conservation. Recent rain has alleviated the drought somewhat, but the need to conserve water is still great.
To the credit of water agencies, in the wake of water shortages in the 1990s, a greater emphasis was made to increase storage capacity and provide reclaimed water for irrigating parks, greenbelts and golf cour...
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