WaterWise Gardening is a style of gardening that uses little or no water in a landscape, resulting in financial and natural resource savings.

Oregon WaterWise Gardening is a statewide program of Oregon State University Extension to assist homeowners in designing and planting water efficient gardens.

Nationwide, irrigating landscapes uses about 1/3 of our water supply. This water is not available for drinking, for wildlife, or for agriculture.

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