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October 19, 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.
October 24, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Attendance at this class is required before participants can sign up for the Residential Landscape Design Assistance program. Converting your yard to a vibrant and low water landscape can seem intimidating, but we are here to help. In this two hour workshop learn:
- why a waterwise landscape can do more for you than your old yard ever did
- basics of creating a plan and resources to help, including our no cost landscape design assistance program (within service area)
- how to apply for eligible rebates for landscape transformation and other rebate and installation programs
- basics of turf removal and project preparation
- basics of understanding what changes may be needed to your irrigation system
- advice on project planning and the best times of year to remove lawn and plant
- advice on choosing and hiring a contractor
- other sources of information to help you on your next steps
October 26, 2019, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Song birds, pollinators, hummingbirds, and butterflies - Oh My! Learn how you can use your yard and plant choices to provide habitat to fascinating and beautiful critters who need good homes in our neighborhoods.
Covering principles of natural gardening, attendees will learn the secrets of attracting birds and native pollinators into their garden through:
-A discussion of our favorite native and plants that support habitat
-Using and building other habitat-providing garden elements such as bird baths, water features, dry stream beds, and other projects
-Garden design and placement of those plants and features
-Identifying top birds and pollinators who are likely to show up when you put what you learn into action