Drought Grid Helps Californians Survive Hot and Dry Conditions

By: Jana Pijak - May 14, 2015
References: droughtgrid & theacorn
Drought Grid is a sophisticated gardening system that is designed to revitalize the deteriorating Californian landscape. In recent months, California has experienced a severe drought, making this technology crucial in both the state's residential and rural areas.

Aiding in energy conservation, Drought Grid is a moisture-mapping system that was recently introduced at California's annual Water Conservation Summit. The water-saving project lets users install an artificial water table beneath lawns, backyard gardens or public park areas, making dry and damaged landscapes feel revitalized.

As consumers grow more conscious of environmental changes, inventions like the Drought Grid use modern technology to replicate water's effect on natural landscapes. This system saves water and also saves users money in the long run.