- Author: Anne E Schellman
Want to save water* in your home landscape but aren't sure how to get started? The Stanislaus UCCE Master Gardeners have a free class that can help! We will cover:
- Small irrigation changes you can make now to start saving water
- How to design a low water use landscape
- Irrigation tips
- Plants that thrive in low water landscapes
We will also answer these questions:
- Should I "break up with" (tear out) my lawn?
- What kind of water rebates are available if I do?
- How can I save water and keep my lawn?
- Are cacti and succulents the only plants I can grow to save water?
Thursday, June 27, 2019 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Stanislaus County Agricultural Center, Harvest Hall Rooms D&E
Sign up at http://ucanr.edu/lowwater2019 or call Anne Schellman at (209) 525-6862 to reserve your space.
*Over half the water used in urban homes goes towards outdoor landscapes.
Source: Public Policy Institute of California https://www.ppic.org/publication/water-use-in-california