UCLA doing its part to save millions of gallons of water per year

June 9, 2015
The new artificial turf installed on the UCLA intramural field, which reopened in June 2015.
The new artificial turf installed on the UCLA intramural field, which reopened in June 2015.
Alison Hewitt / UCLA

The new artificial turf on the intramural field and other places on UCLA’s campus combined with drought-tolerant landscaping from five large projects, could save 11.3 million gallons annually.

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