Water is a limited and unpredictable resource, especially in this arid desert climate. Conserving this precious resource is essential to protect the high quality of life and beautiful natural environment. All life depends on a safe, reliable water supply.
Washington County is Utah’s most sunny, hot and dry area. St. George averages 300 sun-filled days and eight inches of rain per year.
All landscapes require water. Creating a landscape using desert-adapted, drought-tolerant plants with limited or no lawn adds color, dimension and texture; reduces maintenance requirements; and saves water.
Follow the link to wcwcd.org for programs and rebates available in your area.