This 2-Part webinar series has been designed to provide homeowners with essential information to help save on water costs now and future proof against potential ongoing water shortages. |
Despite Pacific NW snow pack levels bouncing back this year, the threat of water crises still persist. University of Washington Climatologists predict that the Pacific NW will experience warmer, wetter winters resulting in less snowpack, and that we will experience longer, drier and hotter summer seasons. April is Earth month, so why not attend these webinars and learn helpful water conservation and efficiency strategies for your home and your yard?
Water Wise for Homes
In water wise for homes, we will cover a range of indoor water wise strategies. Plus, we identify for you the labels/certifications to look out for to get the best performance while enjoying lower water bills.
Looking for the 10 AM class? Visit here to register.
Water Wise for Landscapes April 26, 10 AM and 7 PM
The predictions are we can expect another long, hot and dry summer great for outdoors living, not so great for our yards. In water wise for landscapes, we will look at simple greywater to landscape strategies, the ins and outs of rain water harvesting and the benefits of drip irrigation.
To register for Part 2, visit here for 10 AM and here for 7 PM.
|Tuesday Apr 19, 2016 7:00 PM - Tuesday Apr 19, 2016 8:00 PM | Free
Online, WA 98004