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  • Water Efficiency

    Buildings are significant users of the Earth’s freshwater supply. The goal of a responsible building operator should be to encourage a sma...

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Xeriscaping/Native Landscaping

Xeriscaping or native landscaping is a type of landscaping method that makes routine irrigation unnecessary. The practice uses water-efficient choices in planting and irrigation design. It incorporates climate-appropriate and native plants to decrease the amount of watering required. The choices will vary depending on the ecosystem and weather patterns of the location. In some locations, xeriscaping means use of drought-tolerant plants; in other, it means the use of wetlands plants. Xeriscaping also uses soil amendments such as compost and mulch to reduce evaporation of water.

University of Missouri Extension | Water-Efficient Gardening and Landscapingopens in new window

EPA WaterSense | Water-Smart Landscapes Start With WaterSenseopens in new window

EPA | WaterSense at Work - Landscapingopens in new window

DOE FEMP | Best Management Practices - Water-Efficient Landscapingopens in new window

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