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  1. A SYMPOSIUM ON STATEWIDE CONSERVATION

    June 29, 2017, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Water Conservation Center

    Governor Brown’s conservation framework has major implications for water providers statewide. Nowhere is that more pressing than in the Inland Empire, and stakeholders across the region are looking to us for answers. We hope to provide California decision makers with these answers, as well as a keen perspective on the industry requirements of the State’s conservation framework. Join the discussion at this special conservation symposium, which will focus on the unique challenges facing water agencies and their customers and stakeholders. We are thrilled that the Maven, Ms. Chris Austin, author of the popular Maven’s Notebook has agreed to help moderate the compelling dialogue. As one of the most relevant voices in California water, Ms. Austin is sure to make this event one that can’t be missed. Speaker list and agenda will be released soon. Space is limited, so please register early! Registration cost is $25. Continental breakfast and lunch provided.

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Water Wise Landscape Workshops & News

  1. Water Wise Landscape Workshop - Summer Pruning for Plant Health - Water Wise Garden Maintenance

    June 24, 2017, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    At this workshop, learn more about: • Pruning tool selection and care. • Industry best practices for pruning trees and shrubs. • Crown restoration to correct improper past pruning. • Summer pruning for deciduous fruit trees . • Summer pest identification and general maintenance. This class is part of our Transform Your Landscape Series where participants learn the seven steps of creating a WaterWise garden. These classes often have an outdoor or hands-on component to help participants move from understanding key concepts to taking action in their yards and gardens. This class is also part of our Grow Your Garden Series where participants learn tips and techniques for water-efficient fruit and vegetable gardens. These classes often have an outdoor or hands-on component to help participants move from understanding key concepts to taking action in their yards and gardens. Anyone can attend.

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