Marc Kenyon, left, landscape designer Kate Bowers, and Kenyon's wife Jeana Kenyon in the Kenyon's back yard in Roseville earlier this year. These families have cut their water use by more than 80 percent mostly by ripping up their large front lawn and replacing it with drought-resistant plants.
Marc Kenyon, left, landscape designer Kate Bowers, and Kenyon's wife Jeana Kenyon in the Kenyon's back yard in Roseville earlier this year. These families have cut their water use by more than 80 percent mostly by ripping up their large front lawn and replacing it with drought-resistant plants. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Marc Kenyon, left, landscape designer Kate Bowers, and Kenyon's wife Jeana Kenyon in the Kenyon's back yard in Roseville earlier this year. These families have cut their water use by more than 80 percent mostly by ripping up their large front lawn and replacing it with drought-resistant plants. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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