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Article: Thirsty yard gets WaterSmart makeover

Article by Chris Ross, San Diego Union Tribune, June 9, 2017   (Photo by Eduardo Contreras / U-T) Bob and Andrea Raibert experienced a shock when they moved from a smaller property to their new home in Poway and then got the water bill for last July and August. The existing landscape was mainly Bermuda grass…
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Second Annual Horticultural Encounter at Miramar: Recap

Our second annual Horticultural Encounter for Landscape Architects/Designers and Landscape Contractors has been a smash hit! Industry experts came to speak throughout the Encounter. MWELO expert Lance Sweeney’s presentation proved invaluable as he helped to take the guesswork out of hydrozoning and water utilization; author and “Queen of Succulents” Debra Lee Baldwin gave an exuberant…
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Homes of Steel for the Brave of Heart

Since the opening of Potter’s Lane in early February, American Family Housing has proudly and successfully moved in 13 veterans who were once chronically homeless. These deserving veterans are now being given a second chance at life. Potter’s Lane aims to care for its veterans with supportive amenities, including a community room designed to provide tenants with a space for special programs as well as a casual place to socialize with neighbors and host events such as birthday parties and family gatherings.

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Supporting Potter’s Lane

Potter's Lane, the first multi-family housing project for our homeless veterans ever built in the country, has opened in Midway City, CA., located in Orange County.  American Family Housing, the organization behind this project, is dedicated to providing shelter and secure-living conditions for veterans and to create permanent affordable housing for these homeless veterans. At…
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