Grass Painting Company Profits From California Drought : News Photo

Grass Painting Company Profits From California Drought

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SAN JOSE, CA - JULY 21: Green Canary worker Samuel Bucio sprays green water-based paint on a partially dead lawn at the Almaden Valley Athletic Club on July 21, 2014 in San Jose, California. As the severe California drought continues to worsen, home owners and businesses looking to conserve water are letting lawns die off and are having them painted to look green. The paint lasts up to 90 days on dormant lawns and will not wash off. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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SAN JOSE, CA - JULY 21: Green Canary worker Samuel Bucio sprays green water-based paint on a partially dead lawn at the Almaden Valley Athletic Club on July 21, 2014 in San Jose, California. As the severe California drought continues to worsen, home owners and businesses looking to conserve water are letting lawns die off and are having them painted to look green. The paint lasts up to 90 days on dormant lawns and will not wash off. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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Green Canary worker Samuel Bucio sprays green waterbased paint on a... News Photo 452491080California,Dead,Drought,Environmental Issues,Grass,Horizontal,Lawn,Natural Resources,Occupation,Outdoors,Painting,San Jose - California,Spraying,USA,WeatherPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2014 Getty ImagesSAN JOSE, CA - JULY 21: Green Canary worker Samuel Bucio sprays green water-based paint on a partially dead lawn at the Almaden Valley Athletic Club on July 21, 2014 in San Jose, California. As the severe California drought continues to worsen, home owners and businesses looking to conserve water are letting lawns die off and are having them painted to look green. The paint lasts up to 90 days on dormant lawns and will not wash off. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)