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Poster from 2006 Cascades student poster session.

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  • The sustainable landscape model we are creating is an attempt to visually make community members aware of the water issue in our region. This xeric landscape will be aesthetically pleasing as well as functional, to represent the suitability for residential function. Water consumption is an issue in the West, typically 60-90% of all water use by single-family residences is for landscape irrigation, and most of this water is used to water grass. Our sites water will be monitored to measure the reduction of water use from this landscape.
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