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Posted on August 7 at 8:47 a.m.

Water consumers can use apps to track their water use and this feedback can reinforce greater conservation.

For an example and more information, see the 8/7/14 article at

On Water Conservation Crawl

Posted on May 1 at 8:41 a.m.

The California Invasive Plant Council has a helpful list of trees to plant as alternatives to nonnative invasive species such as eucalyptus. Go to

On Nava Jumps into Eucalyptus Removal Fray

Posted on May 1 at 6:21 a.m.

Read the article In the January 2002 issue of the "Audubon Magazine" entitled "America's Largest Weed", on line at

The wisdom of letting blue gum eucalyptus trees remain in California residential areas is described as follows: "Living next to one of these trees is like living next to a fireworks factory staffed by chain-smokers."

The article goes on to describe in detail how the nonnative eucalyptus trees significantly degrade the natural environment for California's native plant, bird, and animal communities.

On Nava Jumps into Eucalyptus Removal Fray

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