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Dear Home Building Enthusiast,

Water. It’s the stuff of life – for humans and for nature.

And while we humans will be ok for the coming summer months, our gardens might suffer a bit as the temperatures pick up and the almost inevitable drought conditions hit.

So how do you keep your relaxing haven in as good a shape as you possibly can? And just what are the water conservation regulations that you need to know about?

It’s thirsty work keeping the garden green for summer.

Hopefully, you’ll find some handy tips and information in this week’s newsletter.

Happy reading!


Anna Hayes | Editor - Build | www.build.com.au
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