Water-Saving Workshops Coming Up
May 18 -- How to Install Netafim Drip Irrigation System and Smart Timer, Plant California Natives, and Receive Up to $500 for Doing So - We'll help you find the best irrigation system, give advice on native plants and so much more.
May 19 - 'Mo no Mo!" or 'How to Remove Your Lawn, Select Native Plants, and Design a Water Conserving, Pesticide-Free Garden That Attracts Wildlife - A hands on workshop that starts at a Lafayette home where you'll help remove a lawn.
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Free workshops in May & June
Gardens Sought for 2014 Bringing
Back the Natives Garden Tour
Gardens are now being sought to participate in the spring 2014 Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour, which showcases pesticide-free, drought-tolerant gardens that provide habitat for wildlife and contain 60 percent or more native plants. The gardens featured in this tour will demonstrate that, from postage stamp-sized yards to large lots, beautiful California native plant gardens are possible for anyone. Garden visits will begin in May and continue through July.
Host applications can be found here http://www.bringingbackthenatives.net/garden-host-application. If you have a garden to offer, please return the application, along with the list of native plants in your garden as soon as possible. For more information e-mail Kathy Kramer at Kathy@KathyKramerConsulting.net or call (510) 236-9558 between 9 a.m. and 9 p,m.