California church replaces lawn with drought-tolerant native plants

uccbrea | October 7, 2010 | Brea Congregational, United Church of Christ is committed to being good stewards of planet earth. We eliminated most of our water hungry grass and planted California native plants which are draught tolerant. We have greatly reduced our water use and we have restored this corner of land for native species to enjoy. Come see how we take a stand for the environment and habitat restoration. Visit our native garden at 300 E. Imperial Highway, Brea, CA 92821. Together we provide an environment of peace, social justice, personal empowerment and spiritual growth. We are an open and affirming, hospitality-based community of faith.
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One Response to “California church replaces lawn with drought-tolerant native plants”

  1. Susan Krzywicki Says:

    What an excellent project. I never made the connection between organized religion and environmental concerns. This is is really what the power of faith is all about. Congratulations.


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