The football field at Elk Grove High School is covered in synthetic turf, one of several artificial surfaces in the region, which will not be affected by watering restrictions that are expected to turn many playing fields from green to brown as the drought continues.
The football field at Elk Grove High School is covered in synthetic turf, one of several artificial surfaces in the region, which will not be affected by watering restrictions that are expected to turn many playing fields from green to brown as the drought continues. Brian Baer Sacramento Bee file
The football field at Elk Grove High School is covered in synthetic turf, one of several artificial surfaces in the region, which will not be affected by watering restrictions that are expected to turn many playing fields from green to brown as the drought continues. Brian Baer Sacramento Bee file

Sacramento area’s school fields, landscaping likely to go brown this year

April 12, 2015 4:52 PM

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