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Orange County Continues to Break Records…


As my partners in the movement to end overwatering, I am proud to announce that in the last 2 weeks, we had a record number of yard sign requests! That means that you are taking visible actions toward water savings in our gneighborhoods. Thanks Gneighbors! If you are just beginning, make sure to check out my letter from a couple of weeks ago to get you caught up.

As the momentum continues to grow, here’s a simple action you can take this week:


I can’t wait to start reading all of your water savvy tips and tricks. Your advice will be compiled for a future blog post feature, showcasing the knowledge of our Orange County community.

Until next time!


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  1. Shaista Says:

    September 24th, 2015 at 7:31 pm

    Let your lawn go.

  2. Tim Watson Says:

    October 10th, 2015 at 9:40 am

    @ my house, BROWN is the NEW GREEN! The happiest part of My Home, is on the inside! The brown & dirt outside, merely shows that WE CARE & We’re doing our part to conserve Water! My Gnorman in the front yard tells my Gneighbors what’s up! I wish they would ALL comply as opposed to hiding behind their lush green front lawns. They call it pride of ownership, I call it, hiding Theirr heads in the sand and being selfish ignorant people! I won’t share my stock pile with them when that’s all we’ve got! Waste NOT, Want NOT!!!

  3. Gnorman the Gnome Says:

    October 14th, 2015 at 2:02 pm

    You go gneighbor Tim Watson! Keep rocking that yard sign!!!

  4. Gnorman the Gnome Says:

    October 14th, 2015 at 2:12 pm

    Thanks for your comment Shaista. Brown lawns are definitely trending in Orange County. Check out my article on it here: