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Enviroscape LA Landscape Design Manhattan Beach
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Enviroscape Landscape Design Contractor. Sustainable Low Water Use native Garden Designs, Waterfalls, Fountains and Ponds. Drip Irrigation Installation and Rainwater Harvesting Systems. ENVIROSCAPE LA – Your Gardening Guide in the Los Angeles South Bay Area, California
Enviroscape Landscape Design Contractor. Sustainable Low Water Use native Garden Designs, Waterfalls, Fountains and Ponds. Drip Irrigation Installation and Rainwater Harvesting Systems. ENVIROSCAPE LA – Your Gardening Guide in the Los Angeles South Bay Area, California

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pouring concret for a small backyard in Manhattan Beach. Enviroscape LA Founder Mike Garcia gives tip and ideas on pouring concrete for your patio. #concrete   #ManhattanBeach   #enviroscapeLA   #sustainability   #mikegarcia  
http://enviroscapela.com

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LED Landscape Lighting for Concrete
Enviroscape LA FOunder Mike Garcia talks about LED lighting being incorporated into a concrete patio in Manhattan Beach California
#Sustainability   #enviroscapeLA  #MikeGarcia
http://enviroscapela.com

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Enviroscape LA Founder Mike Garcia gives a behind the scenes look at a landscape project built on top of a garage and in spite of no access to electricity or irrigation, the project was completed and used over 2K feet of pond liner, over 150 EcoRain Tanks and recycles glass turned into wicking material which allows the garden to save water.
http://enviroscapela.com #enviroscapeLA   #sustainability   #landscaping   #manhattanBeach   #LosAngeles  

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Artist Mike McCoy of WeldMelt.com and Mike Garcia of EnviroscapeLA.com in Redondo Beach teamed up to create this one of a kind Fountain made from recycled stee; This is where art and Sustainability meet to create perhaps the most beautiful corner in Manhattan Beach, California with Recycled steel Fountain. #EnviroscapeLA   #Sustainability   #MikeGarcia  

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Saturday, March 5, 2016 2pm - 4pm
RSVP 310-420-8507
Sustainability Expert Mike Garcia
2609 Vargas Way,
Redondo Beach, CA. 90278

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Sustainability Expert Mike Garcia demonstrates the characteristics of a professionally installed Sustainable Drip Irrigation system.  Installing drip saves over 50% water over overhead sprinklers.  www.EnviroscapeLA.com | #EnviroscapeLA   #sustainability   #Rainbird   #dripIrrigation   #LosAngeles   #MikeGarcia   #Drought   #waterwiseGarden   #RedondoBeach   #ManhattanBeach   #Landscaping   #Irrigation  

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http://Enviroscapela.com | Sustainability Expert Mike Garcia talks about and demonstrates the ProEco Products filter system. This system is the most simple system on the market and has the lowest electrical draw of any pump on the market. If you are after Sustainability, this is the system for You. #eNVIROSCAPELA   #Pondfilter   #MikeGarcia #LosAngeles   #ProEco   #FilterSystem   #Sustainability   #ManhattanBeach   #California  

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Lawn Rebates….Good for California?
Thinking of tearing out your lawn?  Read this first!
In in effort to save water, many Californians are taking advantage of lawn removal rebates, where the water company will pay you $2-$4.00 per square foot, to remove lawn and replace with native plants or synthetic lawn.  Hundreds of Millions of dollars have already been given out.  If this program continues to succeed, what will be the net result to our environment?  Many have already replaced their lawns with gravel.  This is having a heating effect on Los Angeles.  
Gravel as ground cover is just not the direction we should be taking for future landscaping in Los Angeles.  Gravel does nothing for soil enhancement.  Gravel heats up the soil.  Have you ever tried removing weeds from gravel?  Albeit, gravel is permeable, yet it it scores low on the aesthetic scale, when compared to native plants and lawns.   #lawnrebates   #losangeles   #california   #drought   #enviroscapela   #mikegarcia   #suatinability   #gravel  
http://enviroscapela.com/lawn-rebates-good-for-california/

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El Niño is Here. Are you Prepared?
I live and work doing landscape construction in Southern California. California has just survived our worst drought in history. We really need the rain and have looked to the time when that precious water would fall from the sky. Many hope that the weather event called “El Niño” would come and save us. The news media outlets have done a great job at educating us and keeping us informed regarding El Nino. WE NEED THE RAIN.  Mike Garcia, Landscape Design Contractor, Sustainability Expert  & Certified Pond Builder. Founder of Enviroscape LA  Landscaping, Drip Irrigation Installations and Rainwater Harvesting Systems.
Phone: (310) 374-1199  Manhattan Beach, California
#dripirrigation   #rainwaterharvesting   #ManhattanBeach #redondobeach   #losangeles   #drought   #elnino   #mikegarcia   #landscaping  

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With El Niño-related storms providing much-needed rain, why let it go down the drain? Angelenos can tap into the age-old practice of rainwater harvesting, a process that saves both water and money.
Capturing and containing rainwater runoff helps conserve water, supports plant growth with water free of chemicals, replenishes groundwater levels and saves on water bills.the average home has about 1,000 square feet of roof, which can provide 625 gallons of water per inch of rain — that is, if it’s collected. One way is to take several rain barrels, connect them together for maximum storage and then locate them close to the garden plants you water the most.
“I’m a firm believer in recharging the groundwater and recycling as much water as possible. EnviroscapeLA is located in the the Los Angeles South Bay area and offers landscaping services in Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Torrance, Gardena,  Hermosa Beach, Palos Verdes, Hawthorne, and El Segundo.
Mike Garcia, Landscape Design Contractor  & Certified Pond Builder
Founder of Enviroscape LA  Landscaping, Phone: (310) 374-1199
Redondo Beach, California
#Enviroscapela   #rainwaterharvesting   #dripirrigation   #Elnino   #Drought   #Watercoserrvation   #LosAngeles   #Landscaping   #redondoBeach   #ManhattanBeach   #organicgardening   #MikeGarcia   #Sustainability  
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