LANDSCAPE EDUCATION CLASSES
The Bay Area Water Supply & Conservation Agency (BAWSCA) offers FREE landscape classes throughout the communities served by BAWSCA’s 26-member agencies in Alameda, San Mateo, and Santa Clara Counties.
BAWSCA’s Landscape Class Series is designed to introduce homeowners, commercial property managers, landscape service providers, and others to the concepts of sustainable landscaping, focusing on creating beautiful, water-efficient gardens. A variety of informative classes are offered in the Spring and Fall to the 1.7 million people and 30,000 commercial customers that BAWSCA and its member agencies serve.
Classes are offered in the Spring and Fall.
All lecture classes and hands-on workshops are FREE! Registration is required!
Click here to register for Spring 2014 classes.
Information from prior BAWSCA Landscape classes:
- May 12, 2012, City of San Bruno: Water-Efficient Irrigation, Switch to Drip!
- May 5, 2012, City of Hayward: Water-Efficient Landscape Irrigation
- April 21, 2012, City of Menlo Park: Water-Efficient Edible Landscaping
- April 21, 2012, City of Sunnyvale: Water-Efficient Drip Irrigation
- April 14, 2012, City of Redwood City: Water-Efficient Drip Irrigation
- April 14, 2012, City of Menlo Park: California Native Plants as an Alternative to Lawn
- March 24, 2012, City of Redwood City: Graywater for Landscape Irrigation
- March 3, 2012, City of Sunnyvale: Water-Efficient Edible Landscaping