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Most landscapes are watered far more than needed – on average about 50-60% more! This water, whether it is evaporated or runs off is being wasted. Overwatering not only wastes water, it can also be bad for your plants and damaging to hardscapes.
Learn how to Compost!
Composting is an inexpensive, environmentally beneficial way to enhance the soil in your garden or landscape. There are many benefits to composting, not only do you reuse organic materials keeping them out of the landfill, you are also replacing the need for harmful fertilizers and pesticides. Take a look at our composting guide, to see how easy it is to have healthy fertile soil in your yard!
What can you do? Chino Basin Water Conservation District offers a FREE Landscape Evaluation to help you learn ways to reduce your watering and improve the efficiency of your irrigation system to sign up for your FREE evaluation click here.
The park contains over 40 different species of trees. The tree selections were derived from a list of parameters which included low water use, minimal maintenance, flower and/or foliage colors and adaptability to residential landscapes in this region. New high efficiency irrigation systems for water conservation were designed and installed and installed to support the new tree planting and turf area. The new turf area, reduced 50% from the former design, utilizes highly efficient rotor type overhead sprinklers . The entire park irrigation system uses recycled water, thereby conserving dwindling potable water resources, and adding a little nitrogen fertilizer with every irrigation cycle. Click here for more information.