Desert HOAs may lead CA to drought solutions
Out in the Southern California desert communities where rain has always been sparse, some trailblazing reformations are being done to advance water conservation and transform landscapes into drought-tolerant scenery.
In the reports and 'social current see' that follows, one account offers the success story of Sunshine landscape operator Tim Salvador who said the company's construction division has doubled in size in the past two years, from 15 to 30 people, strictly to handle lawn-to-desertscape conversions. He thinks the company tears out about five condominium or single-family home lawns every week.
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