Steve Ries and his great-granddaughter Korynn Toledo, 3, walk among the water-saving landscaping at Ries’ home in Roseville on Thursday. Ries and his wife, Kathyrn, replaced their front lawn last year with help from a city rebate. Since then, they’ve reduced their summer water usage by about 80 percent, they said.
Steve Ries and his great-granddaughter Korynn Toledo, 3, walk among the water-saving landscaping at Ries’ home in Roseville on Thursday. Ries and his wife, Kathyrn, replaced their front lawn last year with help from a city rebate. Since then, they’ve reduced their summer water usage by about 80 percent, they said. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Steve Ries and his great-granddaughter Korynn Toledo, 3, walk among the water-saving landscaping at Ries’ home in Roseville on Thursday. Ries and his wife, Kathyrn, replaced their front lawn last year with help from a city rebate. Since then, they’ve reduced their summer water usage by about 80 percent, they said. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Suburban Roseville emerges as area leader in water conservation

April 11, 2015 10:00 AM

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