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Environment

Roseville Offers Water Rebates To Commercial Users

February 18, 2016 | Ed Joyce

Businesses and organizations in Roseville can tap $100,000 in rebates for making water efficient changes.

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Environment

Climate Change Meets Drought In California

July 16, 2015 | Ed Joyce

Drought, combined with the effects of climate change, may likely mean more water restrictions in California.

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Environment

Sacramento June Water Conservation Rate Is 35 Percent

July 16, 2015 | Ed Joyce

People in the Sacramento-area exceeded the mandated water conservation goal last month.

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State Government

California Drought: State Agency Revises Rules On Grass

June 15, 2015 | Ed Joyce

In the fourth year of drought, the California Department of Water Resources is holding two hearings on revisions to a statewide landscape ordinance.

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California Drought: Cash For Grass Expands In Sacramento County

May 28, 2015 | Ed Joyce

Another water district in Sacramento County is offering cash rebates for customers to remove grass.

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Environment

California Drought: Folsom Rolls Out Rebates, Water Conservation Plan

May 6, 2015 | Ed Joyce

Less than a day after state regulators issued new water conservation guidelines, the City of Folsom rolled out its plan to reduce water use.

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Environment

California Drought: Roseville Swaps Grass For Water-Wise Plants

April 8, 2015 | Ed Joyce

While a California state agency works to determine how much water cutbacks will be, the City of Roseville is exchanging turf for drought-tolerant landscaping.

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Environment

California Drought: Cash For Grass In Roseville

January 28, 2015 | Ed Joyce

The City of Roseville is yanking grass and replacing it with drought-resistant landscaping to conserve water. Roseville also offers homeowners a 'Cash For Grass' rebate program.

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