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DROUGHT ALERT
OUTDOOR WATERING RESTRICTED
TO ONE DAY PER WEEK AS OF JUNE 1

 

Water Smart Summer

Join Us for Our "Water Smart Summer" Classes That Will Help You Make the Most of Every Drop!

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With an unprecedented severe drought facing our service area, the Board of Directors and staff of Triunfo Water & Sanitation District are committed to providing customers with tools and resources to help address their landscape and garden needs.

We're offering a series of "Water Smart Summer" classes to help customers meet the challenges of mandatory water use restrictions imposed throughout Southern California by the Metropolitan Water District. All classes will be taught by certified instructors from the Master Gardeners of Ventura County and will be held from 10:00-11:00 on Saturday mornings at the Mae Boyar Recreation Center (130 Kanan Road in Oak Park).

There is no charge for the classes, but pre-registration is required. Check out the class list below and fill out the registration form to sign up for any or all. Enrollment is limited - you will receive an email confirming your registration.

(Note: walk-in registrations will be accommodated on a space-available basis.)

We look forward to seeing you!

Water Smart Summer Classes

Saturday, July 30

Replacing Your Lawn: Turf Removal Alternatives

Learn different methods of removing your lawn. This talk describes ideas on drip irrigation and how to replace your lawn with a drought-tolerant garden.

Saturday, August 13

Growing California Natives

Learn how to grow a California native plant garden. Learn when it's best to plant natives, their maintenance needs, and other important information about these beneficial, drought-resistant plants.

Saturday, August 6

Fire Smart and Water Wise

Learn the types of plantings that are both fire-wise and water-wise for your home garden. Learn the importance of soil, microclimates, hydro-zones, mulch and irrigation.

Saturday, August 20

Drought-Tolerant Gardening, Design and Maintenance

Learn how to remove turf and other water-consumptive landscaping and how to select, plant, and maintain drought-tolerant alternatives.

We're sorry, but all classes are currently full.

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