Spring 2018 Landscape Education Program
Sponsored by the City of Redwood City and the Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (BAWSCA).
BAWSCA member agencies offer several classes throughout the Bay Area every Spring and Fall.
This spring Redwood City is hosting two classes. Learn how to maintain or create a beautiful garden and conserve water. Redwood City's Water Conservation Program invites all residents to participate. All classes will be held at Redwood City's Public Works Office (1400 Broadway Street).
Classes are designed to introduce homeowners, commercial property managers, landscape service providers, and others to the concepts of water-efficient and sustainable landscaping.
Hardscape Design Discover Sustainable Hardscapes that Help Protect Our Watershed
By Ryan Marlinghaus
Date: Saturday, March 10, 2018
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Learn elements of design and gather ideas for sustainable hardscapes within
your landscape! Enjoy a colorful and informative presentation from a 20-plus year
sustainable landscape pioneer.
Registration is Required. Call (650) 349-3000 or sign-up online at bayareaconservation.org.
Double Duty Plants Integrating Edibles into your Existing Garden
By Pacita Ikonomou
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018
Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Lecture & Hands-on Workshop: Learn how to incorporate water-efficient edibles into your existing garden. This class will also cover how to incorporate organic maintenance techniques such as compost and cover crops into seasonal vegetable gardening.
Registration is required. Call (650) 349-3000 or sign-up online at bayareaconservation.org.
More Ways to Conserve
Looking for more ways to conserve water? Check out our Water Conservation Tips page for daily tips on how to save water. Also, be sure to visit the Water Conservation Programs page for more ways to save.