When the drought-related water restrictions were enacted earlier this year in Clovis, Terry Mackey and his wife Marcie knew they’d have an even harder time keeping their front lawn green. So they built their own low-maintenance, low-water-use xeriscape.
When the drought-related water restrictions were enacted earlier this year in Clovis, Terry Mackey and his wife Marcie knew they’d have an even harder time keeping their front lawn green. So they built their own low-maintenance, low-water-use xeriscape. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
When the drought-related water restrictions were enacted earlier this year in Clovis, Terry Mackey and his wife Marcie knew they’d have an even harder time keeping their front lawn green. So they built their own low-maintenance, low-water-use xeriscape. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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