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By Steve Kawaratani | October 30, 2009
“Teachers are never fully appreciated by parents until it rains all day Saturday.” — Anonymous As a reminder, rain is a drop of water falling from the sky. Its early appearance was a good thing for Laguna, unless one was in the early stages of building a house or mucking around in a watercourse. For the many native plants that cover our hillsides, rain is the crucial element, also affecting the quality of our lives in the village and beyond. Native plants are a better choice for many gardens.
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By Steve Kawaratani | February 13, 2009
Prior to the past few storms, it appeared that this season was destined to be relatively dry. With the memory of the last drought not that many years removed, we should remember that water is an extremely influential element, affecting the pattern and quality of our life in Laguna. As growing population demands are placed on our uncertain water supply, we can clearly see that water is not available in unlimited quantities. Lack of water means fewer plants, or plants that require less water.
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November 14, 2003
Steve Kawaratani "Teachers are never fully appreciated by parents until it rains all day Saturday." -- ANONYMOUS "Raindrops keep falling on my head." -- B. J. THOMAS As a reminder, rain is a drop of water falling from the sky. Its early appearance is a good thing in Laguna, unless one is involved in the early stages of construction of a house or digging around in a watercourse. For the many native plants that cover our hillsides, rain is the crucial element, also affecting the quality of our lives in town and beyond.
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By Steve Kawaratani | October 30, 2009
“Teachers are never fully appreciated by parents until it rains all day Saturday.” — Anonymous As a reminder, rain is a drop of water falling from the sky. Its early appearance was a good thing for Laguna, unless one was in the early stages of building a house or mucking around in a watercourse. For the many native plants that cover our hillsides, rain is the crucial element, also affecting the quality of our lives in the village and beyond. Native plants are a better choice for many gardens.
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By Steve Kawaratani | February 13, 2009
Prior to the past few storms, it appeared that this season was destined to be relatively dry. With the memory of the last drought not that many years removed, we should remember that water is an extremely influential element, affecting the pattern and quality of our life in Laguna. As growing population demands are placed on our uncertain water supply, we can clearly see that water is not available in unlimited quantities. Lack of water means fewer plants, or plants that require less water.
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