Is a Drought-Friendly Golf Course in California Possible?

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May 08, 2015

One Southern California golf course thinks its model is a solution to survive one of the state’s worst droughts, Fast Company Exist reports.

Pelican Hill, a golf resort just south of Los Angeles, uses only recycled and reclaimed water. “We went to unprecedented lengths to design and install a water-management system based on conservation and recycling, designed to protect the area’s most important asset: the Pacific Ocean,” Stephen Friedlander, vice president of the resort, told Fast Company Exist.

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