How LA cemeteries avoid browning grass amid drought restrictions

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Southern California’s drought restrictions have turned the grass brown at Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery. Photo by Caleigh Wells.

New drought restrictions limit millions of Southern Californians to watering their yards once or twice weekly. Cemeteries are looking for ways to avoid turning brown.

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