There is no denying the Southwest is experiencing one of its most extreme droughts in recorded history. National Geographic predicted it to be, “the worst drought in 1,000 years.” Lake Mead’s water levels have dropped to a record low this year. This has raised the eyebrows of water conservationists, who have been in a three-year effort to prevent such an occurrence. Lake Mead is a major source of water for Nevada, Arizona and California. Los Angeles, the second most populated region in the United States, also gets most of their water from Lake Mead. What used to be America’s largest water resource is now at an all-time low, which leads conservationists to wonder if we will ever replenish the lake’s original bounty. It is imperative we find a way to make up for this dramatic shortfall.
Artificial Grass is the Solution to Owning an Inviting Outdoor Green Space Without Wasting Water
Home and business owners in Southern California dream of having inviting, outdoor green spaces without wasting water or needing other forms of maintenance. With technological advances in synthetic turf materials, Southern Californians can now have an enticing outdoor area to relax, entertain, and impress neighboring homes and businesses by way of drought-friendly artificial grass from … Read more