Despite the effective efforts to reduce water usage in California, Governor Jerry Brown has ordered California to adopt permanent water conservation measures in light of the five-year drought. These conservation measures include a long-term ban on wasteful practices, like over-watering natural grass.

In addition, the governor is demanding mandatory reporting rules.

We expect the state will continue to provide the water rebates available to homeowners interested in replacing their thirsty natural grass with drought-tolerant landscaping solutions, like artificial grass, but only time will tell how long they last.

These measurements will ensure the state minimizes water system leaks as well, which was officials estimated could have supplied 1.4 million homes for a year.

Full article at the Guardian.

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