Sprinklers run on a grassy area in front of Eaton School on a summer morning. An upcoming workshop will focus on how to create drought-resilient landscapes.
Sprinklers run on a grassy area in front of Eaton School on a summer morning. An upcoming workshop will focus on how to create drought-resilient landscapes. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
Sprinklers run on a grassy area in front of Eaton School on a summer morning. An upcoming workshop will focus on how to create drought-resilient landscapes. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

Experts share how to create a drought-resilient landscape

October 22, 2016 03:13 PM

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