1. Mushrooms, Fungi, Highlight First Program at LV in 2017

    Mushrooms and Fungi are the topics of the first 2017 program at Los Vaqueros Saturday, Jan. 21. Naturalist Michael Marchiano will talk about the edible and even deadly varieties in our area at the John Muir Interpretive Center from 10 a.m until noon Here's a guide to programs at LV
  2. CCWD is Looking For Three Summer Interns

    If you’re an upper-division or graduate student in Engineering, the CCWD has a paid hands-on summer internship program that provides valuable experience while you learn about the opportunities available to you in the water industry. Additional Info...
  3. Sign Up Now! Free Detailed Water Use Reports At Your Fingertips!

    CCWD is excited to offer a new online portal called My Water Report where you can view detailed information about your water use. This new free tool is now available. Why sign up? Understanding your water use is an important step to better managing it. Additional Info...
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January 2017

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  1. January 18

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  2. January 21

    Sustainable Practices for Water-Wise Gardening This free class focuses on permaculture and sustainable techniques for your home garden. Topics such as sheet mulching, the benefits of compost and mulch, bio-intensive edible gardening and more will be discussed. Gardening Educator Lori Caldwell will lead the garden series.
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  3. January 21

    Mushrooms and Other Fungi Join Naturalist Michael Marchiano for an engaging presentation on the mushrooms and fungi of the region and Contra Costa County.
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