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  1. Calendar Overlay District Holidays (1)
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District Holidays

  1. District Holiday: New Year's Eve

    December 31, 2019, All Day

    Office is closed in observance of New Year's Eve.

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Events Calendar

  1. Floricultura

    December 7, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    ¡El Centro comunitario para la conservación de agua anuncia el gran estreno de talleres en español! Invitamos a nuestra comunidad a asistir clases gratis de artesanía, jardinería, y programas para el buen uso del agua. Vengan a nuestro taller de arte floral y celebre la temporada. Materiales y botanas gratis. Límite de 40 personas.

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  2. Choosing, Purchasing, and Planting Waterwise and Native Plants

    December 14, 2019, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Success with new landscape plantings requires choosing the right plants for your space, starting with high quality plants, and installing them correctly to get them off to a healthy start. These practices are often underrated and are one of the best ways to protect your investment in your new plants, help them grow quickly, and keep them healthy and resistant to pests and diseases. In this class we will cover: -Choosing what to plant in your landscape -Finding and selecting your plants at local nurseries -What sizes to buy for different types of plants -What to look for to select the healthiest plants possible -Caring for your plants until you can plant them -Preparing your site for planting -Best planting practices for different types and sizes of waterwise plants -How to keep new plantings healthy as they get established

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