We saw several universities remove their natural lawn in 2015 – this year, we expect to see more.

Cal State Fullerton is replacing around 11 acres of natural grass with the expectation of saving up to 28% on their water usage. Despite the good memories of sitting out on the vast lawn, students will soon see native plants and other drought-tolerant landscaping in its place.

“We refer to this as phase one, which is a transitional phase and deals with 11 acres of grass, to take all of that grass and replace it with drought-tolerant landscape,” van der Pol said.

Full story at The Daily Titan.

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