It is widely known that reforming California’s urban landscapes to use less water, fewer chemicals, and more climate-appropriate plants will yield huge benefits to our state in terms of water conservation, runoff and pollutant reduction, human health, and biodiversity.
Around the state, agencies, organizations and individuals are partnering to implement sustainable landscapes and reap the many benefits for their communities. Learn from their experiences, and join in the conversation about how we can make sustainable landscapes the “new normal” in California.
Get inspired. Join the conversation. Take action!
Join us for a day of ideas, discussions, and problem solving.
|May 22, 2014 Southern CA||May 29, 2014 Northern CA|
|Citrus Heights Community Center,
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
$45 before May 8
$55 on or after May 8
Who should attend:
Anyone who is dedicated to making landscapes more sustainable, especially representatives from:
• Water agencies/providers
• Non-profit organizations
• County/state/federal agencies
• Professional associations
• Landscape industry
• Stormwater management
Spend the day:
• Learning from successful case-studies
• Hearing about current and planned projects from state agencies
• Identifying barriers to change and finding solutions to overcome them
• Building valuable partnerships
• Defining an action plan for moving forward
A collaborative effort of the CA Urban Water Conservation Council and:
CA Department of Water Resources
CA Department of Pesticide Regulation
CA Water Boards