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Dividing landscape into one part turf, one part natural plants and one part permeable hardscape can save water. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Gabe Saldana)

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Daniel Cunningham, a horticulturist with Texas A&M AgriLife’s Water University in Dallas, talks about incorporating rain barrels to conserve water. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Gabe Saldana)

Water Wise Landscaping Tips for Homeowners

Drought is a given, and water from traditional sources will be limited in the future, but homeowners and businesses can “find” more water through conservation, according to a Texas A&M


April 6 - Olney’s City-wide Garage Sale 10 - Auxiliary Hamburger Meal 13 - Olney Chamber’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt 26 - FBCO David Platt’s Secret Church. Call to register


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