In Los Angeles, California residents are allowed to water their lawns only twice a week, or they could be fined by water agents patrolling the streets.
Nearly six million Californians have been on a mandatory water conservation order since June, amid a mega-drought that has lowered some reservoirs below critical levels. Some are even changing their garden’s landscape to meet the mandates.
Our correspondent Ediz Tiyansan reports from Los Angeles.
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