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Using Graywater in your Native Garden 
Tuesday, May 22, 2018 07:00pm
 
Contact (408) 867-6126

California is a drought-prone state and it is imperative that we conserve every precious drop of water. Graywater is a great way to reuse water from inside the house for landscape irrigation outside of the house. Come learn how you can install a simple laundry-to-landscape system and which native plants are best suited for this type of irrigation. Did we mention you can also get a rebate from the local water district?

Justin Burks is a water conservation specialist with the Santa Clara Valley Water District, specializing in graywater and landscape water-use management. With a Bachelor of Science in Ecology, Justin has extensive knowledge and experience in protecting endangered or rare native plant species, promoting healthy soils and ecological restoration projects.

Sherri Osaka is a licensed Landscape Architect and Bay- Friendly Qualified Designer who started her company, Sustainable Landscape Designs, over 20 years ago. She is our Chapter’s GWN chair and received the 2018 Water Champion distinction from the Silicon Valley Water Conservation Award Coalition.

Location Saratoga Library, 13650 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga
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