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UGA's Field Overhaul Saves a Million Gallons of Water a Year

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The University of Georgia's powerhouse athletic program is a source of pride throughout the state. For Kenny Pauley, the school's director of athletic turf grounds, the pride is not only in the teams, but also the fields they play on. He's particularly proud to be able to maintain top-notch NCAA conditions while at the same time conserving water.

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