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Los Angeles Times

Photo Gallery: Drought-tolerant plants in Burbank home's front yard

Burbank residents can pocket between $250 and $1,000 if they replace the grass on their front lawns with drought-tolerant and non-invasive plants as part of a Burbank Water and Power program approved this week that could save an estimated 750,000 gallons of water this fiscal year alone.
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