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WaterWise Landscaping and Water Conservation-to be delivered online
April 2 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$35
Native and drought-tolerant plants possess certain traits that make them uniquely adapted to local conditions, while often surpassing non-natives in ruggedness and resistance to drought, insects and disease. These plants provide a practical and ecologically valuable alternative for landscaping, conservation and restoration projects, and as livestock forage.
Outdoor irrigation on residential properties is the City’s largest category of water use. Lawns, in particular, require lots of water. Different landscaping options can be much more water efficient.
Water conservation can help you and your customers save water, save time, and save money throughout the year. It is defined as the “beneficial reduction in water use, waste and loss” and is proven to be the most economical and environmentally protective management tool for meeting water supply challenges .
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