From Sign On San Diego:
The garden at Cuyamaca College in Rancho San Diego has been seeing a 69 percent increase in visitors since July as more San Diego County residents seek ways to make their backyards more drought-tolerant, said Executive Director Marty Eberhardt.
“San Diego is going to have to change its whole look,” she said. “It’s not something we need to be afraid of. It’s something we can embrace.”
It’s the only water conservation garden in San Diego County and has received national recognition as a pioneer extolling water conservation in the Western United States.
Cheers to the Water Conservation Garden!
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