Replace Your Lawn with Waterwise Alternatives
Resource Central is redefining what Colorado yards look like. By partnering with water utilities, we’re able to offer a variety of free and low-cost programs that make it easy for homeowners to transform thirsty lawns into beautiful, sustainable yards. We’ll help you put conservation into action by upgrading your yard to a waterwise oasis that saves water and resources, attracts pollinators, and reduces lawn care. So, stop struggling to maintain healthy grass and explore our lawn removal programs to find your next sustainable landscaping idea!
Looking for design ideas and inspiration to get your lawn removal or xeriscape project started? Visit our new website, WaterwiseYards.org, to browse local yard transformation projects and see how easy it can be to replace grass with a beautiful drought-tolerant landscape. You’ll find eco-friendly design ideas, resources, and advice from your neighbors. Additionally, you can even upload your very own waterwise yard!
Lawn Removal Service
Removing part of your lawn to make space for a sustainable low-water garden doesn’t have to be exhausting and expensive. Leave the heavy lifting to us! Sign up for our NEW Lawn Removal Service. Our team will physically remove and dispose of at least 200 square feet of maintained lawn for just $2 per square foot. You also might even qualify for a 50% discount!
Grass to Garden Program
The Grass to Garden program is our DIY solution for transforming your lawn into a sustainable low-water garden. Simply submit an application and get approved. Then, remove at least 200 square feet of grass. In return, we’ll give you two FREE Garden In A Box and drip irrigation kit! Available in select areas only while supplies last.
Garden In A Box
Our Garden In A Box program offers professionally designed waterwise garden kits tailor-made for Colorado yards. We take the guesswork out of selecting xeric plants and even include plant-by-numbers maps to help design your new xeriscape. Not to mention, the colorful plants are sure to attract pollinators and add curb appeal to your property.