Native Plants & Low-Water Use Landscapes

With our region only getting 7-11 inches of precipitation each year, planting native plants and other low-water use plants just makes sense.  It helps save water and money, and can provide important habitat for wildlife.

 

Our staff are available to help you plan and trouble-shoot your native plant and low-water use gardens, yards and property, and can help you identify and install efficient watering systems.

 

For questions and assistance, don't hesitate to contact us.

 

For information regarding irrigation water management for farms please visit our IWM page.

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