No self-respecting Californian can let the summer pass without a dip in the backyard — pools are as much a part of culture as the 49ers, Schwarzenegger, and dire earthquake warnings.
Now, though, there's something unseemly about pooling so much water for the occasional swim — enough, in fact, to generate its own hashstag, #droughtshaming. There's one surefire way to mitigate opprobrium: Build a natural swimming pond that's specifically designed to minimize environmental impacts (or the cash premiums required to keep it up).
Typical is one example in Sonoma County, where the the water seems to leak down from the rock perched on the ridge. Like a natural spring, it trickles and tumbles, pooling into water features as it falls; one feature is full of aquatic plants and flowers, while another is a swimming hole — clear, cool and inviting. It was built by Dave Whitney, chief executive officer of Eco Solutions, a pioneer in engineering such eco swimming ponds.
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