Landscaping is an important part of any structure or space. Whether we’re at home, at school, at work, or commuting, a well-designed landscape provides beauty and enjoyment, and in some cases, a habitat for birds and other wildlife. However, some landscape designs are much too reliant on copious amounts of water. Landscape architect, Josiah Cain, was featured in the June 2009 edition of Sunset magazine (link to the article: http://tinyurl.com/ldsjj5 ), and he joins us on Go Green Radio to discuss ways to create appealing gardens without wasting water. More and more areas of the U.S. are instituting water restrictions, so tune in to learn how to maintain your landscape while minimizing your impact on our precious natural resources. To learn more about Josiah and his firm, Design Ecology, visit www.designecology.com).