Since 2012, more than one million square-feet of thirsty lawn have been converted to water-wise landscaping through CCWD'’s Lawn to Garden Rebate Program. On Feb. 5, the owner of the one-millionth square foot was recognized by the District. Read on...
CCWD's February Lawn to Garden workshop is now fully booked, but we have openings for the free workshops in March and April. More info and registration
Registration for the' Bringing Back The Natives' Garden Tour are now open. This unique tour is partially sponsored by CCWD and will take place on May 1. You'll see how your neighbors use native drought-resistant plants to create beautiful gardens. Additional Info...
Sun, February 14Plant Sale at the Watershed Nursery The Watershed Nursery is excited to participate once again in the Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour Day for Lovers (of plants!). We will be donating 15% of sales to the Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour. On top of that, a selection of our plants will be marked down 20-50%. These plants will be identified with a sale sign. Our knowledgeable staff will be on hand to assist you in choosing the best native species for your garden space. You won't want to miss out.Read on...
Wed, February 17Greywater Webinar Series The Greywater Alliance is presenting a new webinar series covering more advanced greywater topics, relevant for both the homeowner and professional. One registration will enable you to view all six webinars, either live or recorded after they air.Read on...
Sat, February 20Lose the Lawn, Get a Garden Workshop (Fully Booked) This inspiring and informative workshop is designed for homeowners interested in replacing their water-thirsty lawns with beautiful water efficient landscaping.<b>This workshop is fully booked, but two others still have space available in March and April</b>Read on...