Summer isn’t cancelled! Use the extra time you’re spending at home this spring to start planning a water-saving landscape project!
Resource Central is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and adjusting our program offerings to keep our customers, staff, and partners safe and healthy. We are continuing to offer the Grass to Garden program and are implementing strict sanitation and customer contact protocols for garden distributions. Program space is limited and filling up fast, enroll today!
Jumpstart Waterwise Landscape Change
The Grass to Garden program makes it easy for residents to beautify their landscape and save water by removing their grass and replacing it with a FREE Garden In A Box or other low-water landscaping. This innovative program equips residents with the knowledge, resources, plant materials, and landscape design know-how needed to transform a portion of their lawn into a thriving xeriscape garden – without needing to spend thousands of dollars to hire a professional. Replacing just 200 square feet of lawn can save 2,000 gallons of water every year!
*Our program is full for the 2020 season. Thank you to our 2020 participating utilities! Click your city below to learn more!
The Grass to Garden Program is a utility-funded water conservation program available in select cities. Approved residents who remove a 200 sq. ft. (or more) area of lawn are eligible to receive a free Garden In A Box and/or rebate on their water bill. The steps are simple!
STEP 1: Remove it. After approval into the program, remove existing and maintained water-thirsty grass.
STEP 2: Replace it. Replace it with a water-wise alternative
STEP 3: Save. Save water and money on your landscape
- Residents can save about 2,000 gallons of water per year for every 200 sq. ft. of lawn converted to Xeriscape and over 14,600 gallons over the course of the garden’s lifetime!
- Residents can save 3,000 gallons of water for every 200 sq. ft. of lawn converted to hardscape.
- To date, Resource Central has helped residents replace over 57,000 sq. ft. of grass with low-water landscaping, potentially saving over 646,300 gallons of water per year.