What do EasyTurf and Smelts have in common?

First, so we’re on the same page, smelts are a family of small fish common in North American and Northern European lakes. The Delta Smelt, is found in the Sacramento Delta of California, and is an endangered species.

Southern California’s water supply is again the focus of local leaders and media, and recent article by the San Diego Union Tribune.  Pumping restrictions to protect smelt, pollution, lack of snowfall, water storage – they all play a part in the challenges California faces with r details the issues again coming to a head.  Pumping restrictions to protect smelt, pollution, lack of snowfall, water storage – they all play a part in the challenges California faces with regard to its water supply.

Historically and potentially, what that means to the consumer is increased water rates. You could likely see another hike your monthly bill – you could be paying more for your showers, to wash your laundry and dishes, to water your lawn …

Unless that is, you have an EasyTurf lawn.The lush green grass is the most realistic synthetic turf on the market. Artificial grass could help you save up to 70% on your water bill, you will also save time and additional money as EasyTurf is virtually maintenance free.  With water rates on the rise, now is a good time to consider EasyTurf.

So, it might be a stretch, but one thing EasyTurf and smelts have in common is a sincere appreciation for water conservation!

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