This page provides links to resources to help you create your own drought-tolerant landscaping and lawns.
- Artificial Turf
- BioChar - a soil amendment that saves 50% water use.
- Composting and Compost Bin Order Form
- Drought-tolerant Grasses & Plants
- Landscaping and lawn conversion to drought- and environmentally friendly landscapes.
- Low water grass varieties are an option.
- Naturally controlling pests inside and outside your home (Integrated Pest Management)
- Pervious Surfaces
- Rebates - irrigation, turf and water saving appliances
- Rodent control
- Turf rebates - MWD press release on revised turf rebate program
- Watering and Irrigation
For additional information on water saving gardens, including irrigation and watering, go to our Water page.
Public Water Conservation Gardens
Click on the image below to see public water conservation gardens in Thousand Oaks.