Graywater Laundry to Landscape Workshop in Cupertino
Apr
24
7:00 PM19:00

Graywater Laundry to Landscape Workshop in Cupertino

  • Quinlan Community Center, Cupertino Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn how to safely reuse water from washing machines to irrigate your landscape! This free class will discuss residential graywater reuse, common types of graywater systems, garden-friendly soaps and detergents, and how to construct a laundry to landscape graywater system. Attending the workshop will help participants qualify for the District's graywater rebate$200 ($400 for Cupertino residents).

To receive specific assistance during the workshop, bring a few photos of your laundry area and landscape to be irrigated with graywater.

 

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Going Native Garden Virtual Tour in Campbell
Apr
25
7:00 PM19:00

Going Native Garden Virtual Tour in Campbell

The Going Native Garden Tour happens just once a year and showcases over 50 different gardens. You really wanted to attend the tour in early April, but couldn’t make it. Or you attended the tour, but didn’t get to see all the gardens you wanted to. This talk will present some of the highlights of the gardens and will include photos from several photographers.

This talk will be hosted by Steve Rosenthal, past president of the Santa Clara Valley chapter of the California Native Plant Society. He’s a retired high-tech worker and amateur photographer. He volunteers with Alum Rock Park to help restore its native habitat. He got interested in science, because the world seemed like the most wonderful puzzle. After he retired, he discovered an even more entrancing puzzle right in his own garden.

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Drip Irrigation Conversion and Installation in San Jose
Apr
28
9:00 AM09:00

Drip Irrigation Conversion and Installation in San Jose

Learn how to install and maintain a water efficient irrigation system, including basic layout designs and watering techniques. Work on a water efficient drip system with the right components to suit your landscaping! Dress for the elements! Wear closed-toed shoes, a hat, and bring water. Tools and light refreshments will be provided. 

Registration required. http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/signup2/

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Plant Sale and Wildflower Show
Apr
28
9:30 AM09:30

Plant Sale and Wildflower Show

Purchase locally native plants from our nursery at the West Valley College Wildflower Show on Saturday, April 28. Click hereto see our list of plants that will be available for sale. The show is sponsored by the Santa Clara County Chapter of the California Native Plant Society.

The show will be located in the Biology wing of the Science and Math buildings, which parallels Allendale Avenue. Free parking in Lots 1 and 2 during the event.

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Graywater Laundry to Landscape Workshop in San Jose
Apr
28
11:00 AM11:00

Graywater Laundry to Landscape Workshop in San Jose

Learn how to safely reuse water from washing machines to irrigate your landscape! Offered during the Our City Forest Spring Plant Sale, this free class will discuss residential graywater reuse, common types of graywater systems, garden-friendly soaps and detergents, and how to construct a laundry to landscape graywater system. Attending the workshop will help participants qualify for the District's graywater rebate$200 ($400 in some areas).

To receive specific assistance during the workshop, bring a few photos of your laundry area and landscape to be irrigated with graywater.

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Alternatives to Lawns in Milpitas
Apr
28
11:00 AM11:00

Alternatives to Lawns in Milpitas

Discover the benefits of drought tolerant plants as an alternative to your lawn, and create a water-efficient, low-maintenance landscape. Explore ways to create a beautiful and sustainable landscape that conserves water, resources, and reduces your utility bill as well as maintenance costs.

Registration required. http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/signup2/

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Easy-To-Grow Native Plants in Los Gatos
Apr
28
1:30 PM13:30

Easy-To-Grow Native Plants in Los Gatos

Are you new to growing drought-tolerant native plants? Do you want to include them in your garden for beauty, habitat and sustainability, but don’t know where to begin? Come to this talk and learn about the many easy-to-grow native trees, shrubs, perennials, and annuals for the home garden. Many of these plants are native to our local area and will thrive with just a little water and care.

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Native/Drought Tolerant Plants Installation and Maintenance
May
5
9:00 AM09:00

Native/Drought Tolerant Plants Installation and Maintenance

Discover how and why native plants need less water, and how to plant and care for them. Learn how to prune parts of native plants, such as branches, buds, and roots to improve or maintain their health. Dress for the elements! Wear closed-toed shoes, a hat, and bring water. Tools and light refreshments will be provided. 

Registration required. http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/signup2/

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Martial Cottle Park Spring Celebration - San Jose
May
5
10:00 AM10:00

Martial Cottle Park Spring Celebration - San Jose

  • 5285 Snell Avenue San Jose, CA 95136 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A delightful family day focused on the agricultural heritage of the Santa Clara Valley. There will be children’s activities, UC Master Gardener seedling sales, local craft makers from San Jose Made, and more. Meet the animals at the 4H parcel and visit the petting zoo.

See Martial Cottle Spring Celebration for full information.

Free admission; parking $6.

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Drought Tolerant Planting and Design in Milpitas
May
5
11:00 AM11:00

Drought Tolerant Planting and Design in Milpitas

Designed for beginners interested in landscape design or for residents planning to replace their lawn with a water efficient landscape, this class is a step-by-step overview of basic landscape design principles. Learn about plant arrangements, create layouts using a hands-on design template tool, and have your questions answered by a professional landscape architect.

Registration required http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/signup2/

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Graywater Workshop in San Jose
May
5
1:30 PM13:30

Graywater Workshop in San Jose

Graywater Workshop at the Martial Cottle Park Spring Celebration

Learn how to safely reuse water from washing machines to irrigate your landscape. This free class will discuss residential graywater reuse, common types of graywater systems, garden-friendly soaps and detergents, and how to construct a laundry to landscape graywater system. Attending the workshop will help participants qualify for the District's graywater rebate$200 ($400 in certain areas).

This workshop will be held during the Martial Cottle Park Spring Celebration between 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. after other exciting gardening talks offered throughout the day.

To receive specific assistance during the workshop, bring a few photos of your laundry area and landscape to be irrigated with graywater.

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Water Efficient Edible Gardening
May
12
9:00 AM09:00

Water Efficient Edible Gardening

Learn how to reduce water needs in your garden by growing seasonal edible vegetables that you can harvest all summer long. This class will also cover how to incorporate organic maintenance techniques into seasonal vegetable gardening such as how to use compost and cover crops.

Free.  Registration required: http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/classes

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Native/Drought Tolerant Plant Installation and Maintenance in San Jose
May
19
9:00 AM09:00

Native/Drought Tolerant Plant Installation and Maintenance in San Jose

Discover how and why native and drought tolerant plants need less water, and how to plant and care for them. Learn how to prune parts of native plants, such as branches, buds, and roots to improve or maintain their health. Dress for the elements! Wear closed-toed shoes, a hat, and bring water. Tools and light refreshments will be provided.

Registration Required  http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/signup2/

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Using Graywater in Your Native Garden Workshop in Saratoga
May
22
7:00 PM19:00

Using Graywater in Your Native Garden Workshop in Saratoga

Come learn how you can install a simple laundry-to-landscape system, get a rebate for installing it, and which native plants are best suited for this type of irrigation—the most sustainable and cost-effective graywater systems after catching shower water in a bucket! Attending this free workshop will help participants qualify for the District's graywater rebate$200 (up to $400 in some areas).

To receive specific assistance during the workshop, bring a few photos of your laundry area and landscape to be irrigated with graywater.

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Maintaining Native Gardens and Leak Detection
May
26
9:00 AM09:00

Maintaining Native Gardens and Leak Detection

  • Mitchell Park Library, El Palo Alto Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn how maintenance of water-conserving landscapes differs from that of traditional landscapes, including the care and maintenance of native and drought-tolerant plants, soil, and irrigation devices. The lecture will also cover a brief detecting irrigation system issues such as leaks and clogs and how to clear them.

Free.  Register here: http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/signup2/

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FREE - Compost Basics Workshop - Palo Alto
Apr
21
10:00 AM10:00

FREE - Compost Basics Workshop - Palo Alto

  • Cubberly Community Center Room H-1 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

SPOIL YOUR GARDEN ROTTEN WITH HOMEMADE COMPOST!

Composting  is a great way to recycle unwanted materials and turn them into a nutrient rich soil amendment for your garden.

The Compost Education Program, sponsored by the Recycling and Waste Reduction Commission of Santa Clara County, offers community classes throughout Santa Clara County that teach residents how to build compost piles and worm bins and apply the compost in their landscapes and gardens.

Come join this workshop in Palo Alto where you will learn how to build, manage and utilize a home compost pile.

Registration required: https://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=22494

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Easy-To-Grow Native Plants in Redwood City
Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

Easy-To-Grow Native Plants in Redwood City

Are you new to growing drought-tolerant native plants? Do you want to include them in your garden for beauty, habitat and sustainability, but don’t know where to begin? Come to this talk and learn about the many easy-to-grow native trees, shrubs, perennials, and annuals for the home garden. Many of these plants are native to our local area and will thrive with just a little water and care.

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Great Race for Saving Water - Mini Workshops in Palo Alto
Apr
14
11:00 AM11:00

Great Race for Saving Water - Mini Workshops in Palo Alto

Mini Workshops at Great Race for Saving Water - These short workshops will occur at the Earth Day Festival and Great Race for Saving Water on Saturday, April 14. Please join us for the 5K and 1K, then stay for the fun for the rest of the day! Workshops will be held at the Palo Alto Baylands Athletic Center, 1900 Geng Road, Palo Alto, in the bleachers behind home plate. If you have any questions, there will be an information booth between home and third base. 

Lawn Replacement 101 - 11:00 am to 11:30 am
Come to this talk and be inspired to create a beautiful, water-wise garden! Get professional tips on removing that weed-filled patch called a lawn, learn to choose climate-adapted native plants, and find out how you can qualify for landscape rebates.
Register here. Free and open to the public. 

Permaculture Principles, Design and Application - 11:30 am to noon
This workshop will include an overview of permaculture, including key principles and ethics. Learn how permaculture designers observe and make note of the zones of use and sectors of influence on a landscape/gardenscape and how to design based on the constraints and opportunities existing in that space.
Register here. Free and open to the public. 

Easy-to-Grow Native Plants - 12:15 pm to 12:45 pm
Do you want to include drought-tolerant native plants in your garden for beauty, habitat and sustainability, but don’t know where to begin? Come to this talk and learn about the many easy-to-grow native different types of plants for the home garden.
Register here. Free and open to the public. 

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Garden/Irrigation Maintenance in Milpitas
Apr
14
11:00 AM11:00

Garden/Irrigation Maintenance in Milpitas

Learn how maintenance of water-conserving landscapes differs from that of traditional landscapes. Lecture topics will include the care and maintenance of native and drought-tolerant plants, soil, and irrigation devices. The Lecture will also include a brief discussion on detection irrigation system issues such as possible leaks and clogs as well as how to clear simple clogs and fix easy leaks.

Registration required. http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/signup2/

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Mini Lectures: Lawn Replacement 101 and Easy to Grow Native Plants in Palo Alto
Apr
14
11:00 AM11:00

Mini Lectures: Lawn Replacement 101 and Easy to Grow Native Plants in Palo Alto

  • Palo Alto Baylands Athletic Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

These lectures will be located at the bleachers behind homeplate. If you have any questions, there will be an information booth between home and third base.

Come to this talk and be inspired to create a beautiful, water-wise garden! Get professional tips on removing that weed-filled patch called a lawn, learn to choose climate-adapted native plants, and find out how you can qualify for landscape rebates at the City of Palo Alto’s Earth Day Festival and Great Race for Saving Water.

The Lawn Replacement 101 lecture will be from 11:00 am to 11:30 am.

The Easy to Grown Native Plants lecture will be from 12:15 pm to 12:45 pm.

The day starts off at the Palo Alto Baylands Athletic Center with the family-friendly Great Race for Saving Water, a fun 5k race and walk-a-thon for water conservation.

Register for the Great Race for Saving Water Here!

For information regarding the free Earth Day Event click here.

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FREE - Compost Basics Workshop - Sunnyvale
Apr
14
10:00 AM10:00

FREE - Compost Basics Workshop - Sunnyvale

Learn how to compost in your own backyard!  Making your own compost conserves resources, saves you money, reduces the materials you send to the landfill, and increases the overall soil quality in your garden.

 You will learn how to build, manage and utilize a home compost pile.

Registration required: https://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=22479

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Spring Garden Market - Martial Cottle Park - San Jose
Apr
14
9:00 AM09:00

Spring Garden Market - Martial Cottle Park - San Jose

The Spring Garden Market is our annual spring extravaganza that you do not want to miss!  It's a huge plant sale with educational talks, information tables, food trucks, and more.  Full details can be found on our Spring Garden Market page. The event is on rain or shine! Cash, checks, and credit cards accepted.

Park map

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Pruning Native Plants and Fruit Trees in Cupertino
Apr
14
9:00 AM09:00

Pruning Native Plants and Fruit Trees in Cupertino

Discover how to prune parts of native plants and trees, such as branches, buds, and roots to improve or maintain their health. Dress for the elements! Wear closed-toed shoes, a hat, and bring water. Tools and light refreshments will be provided. 

Registration required: http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/signup2/

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Aesthetic Pruning in Pacifica
Apr
10
6:30 PM18:30

Aesthetic Pruning in Pacifica

A native garden looks most pleasing when it has a human touch. Shrubs and trees are at their best with occasional pruning and shaping, and now is the time to do it, once the rains stop. During this presentation, you’ll learn about the different forms of many native plants and how to bring out their best characteristics—and health--through proper pruning. Please note the earlier start time.

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Attracting California Native Bees To Your Garden - San Jose
Apr
8
11:00 AM11:00

Attracting California Native Bees To Your Garden - San Jose

  • Martial Cottle Park, UC Master Gardener In our Pavilion (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn how to create a California Native Bee garden in your own yard. This talk will include Native Bee basics as well as introduce the most common types of Native Bees observed in our area. We will tour our Native and Habitat demonstration gardens to observe the bees that are active at this time of year, as well as the best California Native plants that provide good sources of nectar and pollen throughout the year for these important pollinators.

Participants should wear closed-toed shoes, layered clothing and bring a hat, as the class will be held outdoors in our Pavilion and in the garden. A refillable water bottle, notebook and writing implements are recommended. Please arrive 15 minutes early to allow time to park and sign in. Note: the park charges $6.00 for parking, or you can park on Chynoweth Avenue near Vauxhall Circle for free.

Presenter: UC Master Gardener Cynthia Butler

Cost: Free - Registration not required.

Sponsor: The Going Native Garden Tour

Location: View map

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Going Native Garden Tour - Southern Santa Clara County
Apr
8
10:00 AM10:00

Going Native Garden Tour - Southern Santa Clara County

A free tour of native gardens in Santa Clara Valley & Peninsula, San Francisco Bay Area

Organized by the California Native Plant Society (Santa Clara Valley Chapter)
in association with UCCE Master Gardeners of Santa Clara County.

Since 2003, the Bay Area's pioneering native garden tour has showcased gardens featuring California native plants. This community-based tour is free of charge to the public. Each tour features up to 60 gardens, most of them private home gardens, which are open on tour day in a do-it-yourself, open house format.

The gardens on the tour demonstrate reduced water use, reduced chemical and pesticide use, improved habitat, and the unique aesthetic appeal of gardens designed with California native plants. Our website also provides resources to help Bay Area gardeners to “go native” in their own gardens.

On tour day, sponsoring nurseries will conduct native plant sales at select gardens. Part of the proceeds benefit Going Native Garden Tour. Please pay by cash or check.

For more information or to register, go to: http://gngt.org/GNGT/HomeRO.php

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FREE Compost Basics Workshop - Milpitas
Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

FREE Compost Basics Workshop - Milpitas

  • Barbara Lee Senior Center Community Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come learn about the importance of managing your organic waste (food scraps and yard trimmings) at home.  Home-based waste management has never been more relevant.  With wide reaching applications, backyard composting cuts your contribution to landfills, conserves water, and builds healthy all natural soils that store carbon.  At this workshop you will learn to build, manage and utilize a home compost pile. 

The UC Cooperative Extension Composting Education Program is sponsored by the Recycling and Waste Reduction Commission of Santa Clara County.

Registration Required: https://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=22492

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Growing Vegetables in Containers - Palo Alto
Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

Growing Vegetables in Containers - Palo Alto

If you are short on ground space for gardening, you will want to see this demonstration of how to create a vegetable garden in containers. Master gardeners will show you how to set up self-watering containers and plant spring and summer vegetables for a productive garden on a deck, balcony, or driveway.

Presenter: UC Master Gardener Candace Simpson

Cost: Free

Registration not required.

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Graywater Workshop & Going Native Garden Tour in Sunnyvale
Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

Graywater Workshop & Going Native Garden Tour in Sunnyvale

Part of the Going Native Garden Tour (Register to receive the address and click here for more information). Visit this native garden for a graywater laundry to landscape workshop at 10am and again at noon. See first-hand how this native garden is irrigated with graywater and other sustainable practices. Come and be inspired how the District's $200+ graywater rebate may help you do something similar in your own landscape!

One workshop will be from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.  The other workshop will be from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.

Located on Wolfe Road in Sunnyvale--for specific location information and other details, click hereRegistration required.

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Going Native Garden Tour - Northern Santa Clara County
Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

Going Native Garden Tour - Northern Santa Clara County

A free tour of native gardens in Santa Clara Valley & Peninsula, San Francisco Bay Area

Organized by the California Native Plant Society (Santa Clara Valley Chapter)
in association with UCCE Master Gardeners of Santa Clara County.

Since 2003, the Bay Area's pioneering native garden tour has showcased gardens featuring California native plants. This community-based tour is free of charge to the public. Each tour features up to 60 gardens, most of them private home gardens, which are open on tour day in a do-it-yourself, open house format.

The gardens on the tour demonstrate reduced water use, reduced chemical and pesticide use, improved habitat, and the unique aesthetic appeal of gardens designed with California native plants. Our website also provides resources to help Bay Area gardeners to “go native” in their own gardens.

On tour day, sponsoring nurseries will conduct native plant sales at select gardens. Part of the proceeds benefit Going Native Garden Tour. Please pay by cash or check.

For more information or to register, go to: http://gngt.org/GNGT/HomeRO.php

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FREE Compost Basics Workshop- San Jose
Mar
31
10:00 AM10:00

FREE Compost Basics Workshop- San Jose

  • Emma Prusch Farm Park Meeting Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn how to compost in your backyard!  Making your own compost conserves resources, saves you money, reduces the materials you send to the landfill, and increases the overall soil quality in your garden.

 You will learn how to build, manage and utilize a home compost pile.

Free compost available at this event.

Registration required. https://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=22489

 

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Composting Workshop in Los Gatos
Mar
31
9:30 AM09:30

Composting Workshop in Los Gatos

Start composting now, to prepare for spring gardening! Compost is called 'black gold' and the 'heart of the garden'.  Los Gatos/Saratoga Recreation District is hosting a COMPOSTING WORKSHOP in late March to get you started.

Visit the instructor’s website for more info on composting:  http://www.scienceofagroecology.info/

Meet at the LG Community Garden, located at Los Gatos High School Campus (behind the Tennis Courts).

Workshop Instructor is Les Kishler, AB Biological Sciences & MA Ecology (UC Berkeley).  He taught science and agriculture in LG-Saratoga High School District for over 30 years, and supervises the Los Gatos Summer Community Garden.

Age:  18 or older
Registration Fee:  $32
Register by calling 408-354-8700 or email info@lgsrecreation.org or visit the Los Gatos-Saratoga Recreation website 

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Lawn Replacement 101 in Sunnyvale
Mar
31
9:00 AM09:00

Lawn Replacement 101 in Sunnyvale

Create a water-efficient and low-maintenance landscape using California native and drought-tolerant plants.  Learn their benefits as an alternative to lawn. Find out how to remove a lawn, and install drip irrigation and attract birds, butterflies, and other wildlife, while saving you time, water, and energy!

Free.  Registration required: http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/signup2/

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All About Tomatoes! - Los Altos
Mar
28
7:00 PM19:00

All About Tomatoes! - Los Altos

Tomatoes offer the biggest taste difference between home-grown and store-bought. Master Gardener Laura Monczynski will teach you how to grow and care for tomatoes, in containers, raised beds, or in the ground. We will cover types and varieties that do well in our particular climate, starting from seed or transplant, watering, fertilizing, and pest management.

Presenter: UC Master Gardener Laura Monczynski

Cost: Free

Registration not required.

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Native Plant Allstars - Sunnyvale
Mar
28
7:00 PM19:00

Native Plant Allstars - Sunnyvale

Did you know that the horticultural staff of the UC Davis Arboretum have identified 100 tough, reliable plants that have been tested in the Arboretum, are easy to grow, don’t need a lot of water, have few problems with pests or diseases, and have outstanding qualities in the garden? Many of them are California native plants and support native birds and insects. Our speaker will discuss these “All-Star” native plants and describe their care and growing conditions.

Presenter: UC Master Gardener Rebecca Schoenenberger

Cost: Free  

Registration not required.

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Growing Your Favorite Summer Vegetables - Campbell
Mar
27
7:00 PM19:00

Growing Your Favorite Summer Vegetables - Campbell

  • Community Room, Campbell Public Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Thinking about growing some healthy, flavorful vegetables in your garden this year? This is a good time to start getting ready to plant. Come hear Master Gardener Sue Zaslaw talk about what vegetables to plant and how to plant, grow and harvest them. She will share the planting and growing techniques she has learned in over 40 years of vegetable gardening. Leave with a packet of seeds to get you started.

Presenter: UC  Master Gardener Sue Zaslaw

Cost: Free

Registration not required.

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Graywater Laundry to Landscape Workshop in Morgan Hill
Mar
26
7:00 PM19:00

Graywater Laundry to Landscape Workshop in Morgan Hill

Learn how to safely reuse water from washing machines to irrigate your landscape! This free class will discuss residential graywater reuse, common types of graywater systems, garden-friendly soaps and detergents, and how to construct a laundry to landscape graywater system. Attending the workshop will help participants qualify for the District's graywater rebate$200 (up to $400 in some areas).

To receive specific assistance during the workshop, bring a few photos of your laundry area and landscape to be irrigated with graywater.

Entrance is on the north (plaza) side of the building. Free parking available.

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Warm Season Vegetable Talk - Santa Clara
Mar
24
1:00 PM13:00

Warm Season Vegetable Talk - Santa Clara

  • City of Santa Clara Central Park Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Thinking about growing some healthy, flavorful vegetables in your garden this year? This is a good time to start getting ready to plant. Come hear Master Gardener Sue Zaslaw talk about what vegetables to plant and how to plant, grow and harvest them. She will share planting and growing techniques she has learned in over 40 years of vegetable gardening. Leave with a packet of seeds to get you started.

Presenter: UC Master Gardener Sue Zaslaw

Cost: Free

Registration is not required.

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FREE Compost Basics Workshop - Cupertino
Mar
24
10:00 AM10:00

FREE Compost Basics Workshop - Cupertino

  • Enviornmental Education Center at the McClellan Ranch Preserve (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come learn about the importance of managing your organic waste (food scraps and yard trimmings) at home.  Home-based waste management has never been more relevant.  With wide reaching applications, backyard composting cuts your contribution to landfills, conserves water, and builds healthy all natural soils that store carbon.  At this workshop you will learn to build, manage and utilize a home compost pile. 

The UC Cooperative Extension Composting Education Program is sponsored by the Recycling and Waste Reduction Commission of Santa Clara County.

Registration required. https://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=22715

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Native/Drought Tolerant Plants: Installation & Maintenance in San Jose
Mar
24
9:00 AM09:00

Native/Drought Tolerant Plants: Installation & Maintenance in San Jose

Discover how and why native plants need less water, and how to plant and care for them. Learn how to prune parts of native plants, such as branches, buds, and roots to improve or maintain their health. Dress for the elements! Wear closed-toed shoes, a hat, and bring water. Tools and light refreshments will be provided.

Registration required. http://bawsca.org/conserve/programs/signup2/

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