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Groundwater and the Drought: How the West Is Miscounting Water Supplies: Years into a historic drought, Western states like California are wrestling with an inconvenient truth: there’s likely even less water than people think. This animation illustrates why the more water is extracted from underground, the harder it becomes to restore the region’s rivers and reservoirs…

Expandable “Origami” Pot Grows Along With Plants to Cut Waste: “GROWTH, a new design concept by London-based Studio Ayaskan, offers a dynamic take on the standard flower pot—one which not only saves gardening time and effort, but also promotes sustainability and cuts down on unnecessary waste.”

7 Takeaways from the So-Cal Lawn + Landscaping Dilemma: “Some landscape designers argue that there are consequences for the ecosystem to getting rid of lawn. So what can and should Angelenos do to cut back on lawns responsibly? The advice can be conflicting and overwhelming…”

Federal Buildings In SoCal Caught Wasting Water Amid Drought: An undercover news investigation records government workers breaking the City of L.A.’s Emergency Water Conservation Plan, watering government facilities for over two hours…

Los Angeles Sanitation Composting Workshops & Compost Bin Sales: This Saturday at the Griffith Park Composting Education Facility the Department Of Public Works and LA Sanitation is offering a composting workshop, alongside heavily discounted compost bins for LA city residents.

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