Las Vegas replaces grass with trees and shrubs at two parks

10/10/2008 | Las Vegas Sun

Las Vegas will replace grass that surrounds two of its ball fields with shrubs and trees, and estimates the change will save $3,400 and 5.7 million gallons of water every year. The project will cost more than $230,000, but $200,159 of that will be refunded by the Southern Nevada Water Authority and Clark County Regional Flood Control District.

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