Caltrans News Flash | Caltrans Cuts Water Use Without Destroying $1.5 Bil. in Landscaping
Did you know that Caltrans is responsible for more than 30,000 acres of landscaping along the state highway system? During California’s fourth year of extended drought, Caltrans is balancing its dual goals of reducing its water use by 50 percent while also protecting the more than $1 billion in investments made into the plantings along California’s highways.
In this Caltrans News Flash, Public Information Officer David Richardson shares the department’s water saving efforts and provides an overview of Caltrans’ efforts to use smart controller devices for its irrigation systems. These high tech devices automatically adjust watering based on the weather, soil type and plants, and can automatically turn off the water and notify maintenance of any malfunctions.
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It’s a scam no matter what you do it really does not matter. Grow the almonds and alfalfa somewhere else.
This is it as of this week
Las medidas se tomaron demaciado tarde!
Haha lol. I see they. Don’t. Use science.
Don’t forget the cattle. They drink tons of water. For our consumption.