People walk along a path of yellowing grass at West Haven Park in Garden Grove on Tuesday. Californians conserved less water in June, the first month that statewide drought restrictions were eased following a winter of near average rain and snowfall, state officials said Thursday.
People walk along a path of yellowing grass at West Haven Park in Garden Grove on Tuesday. Californians conserved less water in June, the first month that statewide drought restrictions were eased following a winter of near average rain and snowfall, state officials said Thursday. Amy Taxin Associated Press
People walk along a path of yellowing grass at West Haven Park in Garden Grove on Tuesday. Californians conserved less water in June, the first month that statewide drought restrictions were eased following a winter of near average rain and snowfall, state officials said Thursday. Amy Taxin Associated Press

California water conservation slips as responsibility shifts back to cities

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