1. We've Added Three New Beautiful Photos of Local Lawn to Garden Projects

    We've added new photos of three Lawn to Garden projects to our page of completed projects.. We have "before and after" photos of 24 yards from throughout the District. Not only do they look great, but these gardens all save water. Look at These Beautiful Gardens
  2. Talk to Our Water Experts at Home & Garden Show, Print Free Tickets

    We have free tickets to the Fall Home & Garden Show at the Concord Pavilion Oct. 21-23. Be sure to visit the CCWD booth to talk to our experts about saving water, or converting your lawn into a garden. Print the tickets below and you'll get in free. Print These Free Tickets (PDF)
  3. Car Wash Coupons Help You Save Money & Water

    Our "Smart Wash Car Wash" help you save money and water. All the car washes listed recycled their water, and the coupons save you money. Just print the coupon, and your car will look great. Get your car wash coupons
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  1. September 29

    Join the Garden Revolution- Larry Weaner, Author & Landscape Designer The Gardens at Heather Farm is partnering with The Garden Conservancy to bring celebrated landscape designer, author and horticultural icon, Larry Weaner, to Walnut Creek to share his insights on how to change your garden — and the environment — for the better. On Thursday, September 29th, the program will feature a lecture by Mr. Weaner, followed by a special reception and signing of his new book Garden Revolution (May 2016, Timber Press).
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  2. October 1

    Great Soil = Great Gardens Improve your success rate with new plantings and create a stable environment for your gardens and landscapes to thrive — even through drought and other climate changes — by creating and maintaining a thriving soil food web.
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  3. October 8

    Gardening with Nature in Mind Join renowned environmental educator Judy Adler in this in-depth tour of her half-acre Walnut Creek garden. Judy’s suburban garden, part farm, part classroom, part nursery, and part nature preserve, features happy chickens, a rainwater harvesting system, a pond, and many California native and/or pollinator-friendly plants. Judy’s was one of the first gardens to be certified as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation, and it is also certified as a habitat for pollinators b…
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