by Editors

County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation


The 2009 Conference focused on the use of recycled water and drought-tolerant plants in public spaces. The sessions included talks on the effects of recycled water on soil and the landscape, on choosing appropriate plant material, on ways to retrofit existing systems to use recycled water, and a case study of Obregon County Park. In the proceedings, the text of the opening remarks and the keynote speech are given, as well as the text and dialogue for each panel.

Region: Los Angeles, California
Publication Type: Conference proceedings
Keywords: case study, irrigation, Los Angeles, parks, soil, water, and water-use efficiency