Is Durango doing enough to conserve its water?

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Is Durango doing enough to conserve its water?

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Colleen Hefferan, field manager with Columbine Landscapes, and Casey Bradley, also with Columbine, use a landscaping design that captures and pools rainwater runoff from the Durango Outdoor Exchange.

Is Durango doing enough to conserve its water?

Colleen Hefferan, field manager with Columbine Landscapes, and Casey Bradley, also with Columbine, use a landscaping design that captures and pools rainwater runoff from the Durango Outdoor Exchange.

Is Durango doing enough to conserve its water?

Landscaping at the Durango Outdoor Exchange captures and pools water running off the building.

Is Durango doing enough to conserve its water?

Erosion on the lot beside the Durango Outdoor Exchange shows there is plenty of runoff water to capture.

Is Durango doing enough to conserve its water?

Colleen Hefferan, field manager with Columbine Landscapes, explains how the company’s design captures and pools rainwater that runs off the Durango Outdoor Exchange.

Is Durango doing enough to conserve its water?

Colleen Hefferan and Casey Bradley, of Columbine Landscapes, landscape the grounds the Durango Outdoor Exchange.
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