CCWD customers continue to save water at rates that are higher than the state's goals for the District, it was reported in the CCWD Water-Saver Newsletter today. In October, you saved 34 percent compared to 2013. Read on...
The California Native Plant Database is one of the best sources we've ever seen for finding all kinds of native plants that will thrive in your yard. More than 2,000 plants are cataloged. Take a look, and grow the plants that belong where you live. Read on...
The State of California is now offering rebates for turf replacements and for high efficiency toilets. Read on...
Fri, December 4Let It Rain! Managing Rainwater For Landscape Health & Water Conservation Who should attend? Landscape professionals,municipal landscapers, property managers. Homeowners with a special interest in managing rainwater in a landscape are also encouraged to attend.Read on...
Sat, December 5Mulch, Microbes & Bugs -- Creating The Right Soil For Your Landscape & Dream Garden Every location, every landscape and every soil is different, yet healthy soils are the foundation toward a thriving landscape. Managing a soil’s pH, nutrients, and moisture level is different for every landscape and every type of plant palette yet vital in attracting beneficial organisms and saving water. No one approach works for every landscape. In this information packed seminar you will learn how to test your soil with an inexpensive kit, examine the various techniques and amendments used to…Read on...
Sun, December 13Watersong Summit An 'all hands on deck' experience of live demonstrations, panels and exhibits exploring and connecting local business, policy and community. Through a walking tour, workshops and exhibits, we showcase water resilience practices and opportunities in the Bay Area.Read on...