Do our New Year’s resolutions include doing all we can to conserve water? If you live in Central Texas, they certainly should. According to reports from the Barton Springs/Edward Aquifer Conservation District, the outlook is bleak for any relief. In November, they declared a “Stage ll Alarm Drought” for parts of Hays, Travis and Caldwell counties and predict, if dry conditions continue, a “Critical Stage lll” announcement could be made by early March. Unfortunately, the National Weather Service agrees this prospect, predicting drought conditions to persist or even intensify.
Whether you own a home or a business, a lush green lawn enhances your investment, but coupled with a desire to conserve water and/or comply watering restrictions, it often yields the opposite effect. Let’s face it: A green lawn means lots of water, and that’s something we don’t have much of.
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