Letter from the Chair
As the incoming chair of the Water Conservation PPN, I am writing to introduce myself and some of the ideas we have planned for the PPN over the next couple of years.
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Porous Pavements Q&A: Answers from the Man who Wrote the Book on the Subject
As the use of porous pavements grows, designers and agencies all over North America are learning for the first time this new approach to stormwater management.
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Opinion: An Alternative Landscape Water Use Conservation Proposal for Florida Local Government and Utilities Consideration
Public utilities and water supply managers and our citizens will not benefit from public policies promising water conservation and not delivering.
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Lush and Efficient Landscapes: Native & Adapted Plants with an Efficient Irrigation System Bring Lush to the Desert
This January, the State of California adapted a new water use restriction code which, for the first time, will apply to single family residences.
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Closing Thought
All The Woulda-Coulda-Shouldas, Layin' In The Sun, Talkin' 'Bout The Things
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Letter from the Chair
Porous Pavements Q&A: Answers from the Man who Wrote the Book on the Subject
Opinion: An Alternative Landscape Water Use Conservation Proposal for Florida Local Government and Utilities Consideration
Lush and Efficient Landscapes: Native & Adapted Plants with an Efficient Irrigation System Bring Lush to the Desert
Closing Thought
 

 

Laurie Beth Donnachie, ASLA, Co-Chair
lbdonnachie@gmail.com

Matthew Mathes, ASLA, Co-Chair
(425) 894-5505 
msmathes@gmail.com