If we were not allowed to have a lawn how much water could we save?



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    Good question, Dariuscarr.  I think this one depends on many variables, like what kind of grass your lawn is, what sort of climate you live in, and how much you water your grass.  Because there are so many variables, it is hard to pin down an exact answer, but it is estimated that lawn care accounts for 30% of water use in the US.  If we didn’t have lawns, I imagine that 30% would be saved.  It is also important to think about the benefits of having more green in our lives though.  If no one had a lawn, and everything was concrete, that would probably have a negative effect on the environment, as well as our spirits. 

    Hope this helps!

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