1. District Offers New 'Laundry to Landscape' Greywater $50 Rebate

    For a limited time, CCWD is offering rebates of up to $50 as an incentive for customers to install a Laundry-to-Landscape Greywater System that uses discharge water from a single domestic clothes washer for landscape watering. Additional Info...
  2. New $50 Pool Cover Rebate Helps Save Water

    CCWD is now offering a $50 rebate for pool covers. The covers reduce evaporation in swimming pools, which saves water. These rebates will only be available for a limited time, and apply only to new covers made for pools, not spas. Find out more...
  3. Our Renewed Mulch Coupons Save Money & Water

    One of the best ways to save water in your garden is by using mulch. What's better, mulch will cut down on your weed growth. Print our new -- renewed through 2018 -- coupons, buy mulch, and you can save some money while saving water. Get the coupons here...
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  1. April 30

    Earth Day in the Garden at Pleasant Hill Enjoy an afternoon in the Garden with fun activities for kids and adults. Hear from local experts on topics such as composting, soil - water quality and conservation, beekeeping, garden pollinators, and gardening with native plants. Take a free tour of the garden led by University of California Master Gardener, Monika Olsen. Meet with local sustainable organizations including California Native Plant Society, Central Contra Costa Sanitary District, Sustainable Contra Costa, Wild Birds Unlimited,...
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  2. May 6

    Author Event: Robin Stockwell at the RBG Join renowned succulent expert, Robin Stockwell (www.thesucculentguy.com ) , for a tour of the Ruth Bancroft Garden and learn tips on growing and designing succulents with ease and finesse.
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  3. May 7

    Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour The Annual Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour is scheduled for Sunday May 7, 2017. This is the biggest and best garden tour in California. And it's FREE.
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