Learn how to grow drought-tolerant edible herbs on Oct. 6

by Contributed Content on October 4, 2012

A free water-efficient landscaping class titled “Growing Drought-Tolerant Edible Herbs” will be held on October 6th. At this workshop, attendees will learn how to grow their own herb garden, save on their water bill, and learn more about the Lawn Be Gone program that rebates residential customers up to $500 and commercial customers up to $3,000 for converting their lawns into a water-efficient landscape.

This is a presentation/hands-on workshop and participants need to bring a light weight pot that is at least 11 inches wide by 8 inches tall to plant herbs and take home. Seeds will be provided.

Registration is required. Class size is limited. For additional details or to register for this class, please call (650) 349-3000 or register online at http://www.bawsca.org. This class is co- sponsored by the City of Menlo Park and the Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (BAWSCA).


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