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Learn to create a water-efficient garden that will look beautiful through the dryer months.
Suzanne Bontempo & Charlotte Canner from OWOW (Our Water Our World) will share
techniques and strategies for growing a water efficient garden. You will learn why knowing your soil will help you water effectively, how compost & mulch are important tools, how to keep more water on site, and also irrigation techniques & troubleshooting that will save you water. It is easy to achieve water-wise methods that will help keep your garden healthy and
pest free. This webinar is a must for every gardener.

This gardening webinar is part of a series sponsored by the Alameda Countywide Clean Water Program, working to protect creeks, wetlands and the Bay. Don't miss future webinars - sign up for Clean Water News at www.cleanwaterprogram.org!

May 13, 2021 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Suzanne Bontempo
Program Manager @Our Water Our World
Suzanne Bontempo works as an environmental educator, teaching the principles of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for sustainable, eco-friendly pest management around the home and garden. Suzanne, owner of Plant Harmony and program manager for Our Water Our World was recognized for excellence in her field winning with the 2013 IPM Innovators Award. Suzanne has worked as a professional gardener for over 20 years. She is an IPM Advocate, a Bay Friendly Qualified Landscaper, QWEL certified, a Master Composter, and loves teaching folks how to grow bountiful gardens that are also safe and healthy for you, your family, and the environment. To learn more about Suzanne, visit plantharmony.org
Charlotte Canner
IPM Advocate and IPM Educator @Our Water Our World
Charlotte graduated from the Garden for the Environment's Get Up! program in San Francisco in 2015 and has continued learning and gardening ever since. Charlotte works as an Integrated Pest Management Advocate with the Our Water Our World program and as a compost educator. As an environmental activist, Charlotte loves sharing her knowledge and passion for soil health, regenerative gardening practices, and building healthy, diverse ecosystems. Website: www.earth-ally.com