Going “green” by using organic lawn care products and less labor-intensive practices is just the first step in the process to convert your unsustainable lawn into a less-thirsty native plant landscape. Go “greener” by harvesting rainwater to nourish your soil, reduce your water bill and water in between downpours.
|Date:||Sunday, September 15|
|Time:||3:30 – 5:45 p.m.|
|Description:||In this hands-on, make & take workshop, learn how a one-time investment of less than $100 will allow you to harvest 55 gallons of chemical-free water from your roof every time it rains.|
|Cost:||$80M / $95NM|
|Note:||Wear your weekend work clothes, including closed-toe shoes. Necessary tools and safety equipment will be provided. Cost of workshop includes one barrel and one conversion kit. Register early as this class fills quickly!|
|This class is full and now closed to registration. Please contact the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center to inquire about available openings.|