Make the Most of Water Saving Rebates

Date: Sunday, September 29, 2019

Time: 2:00PM - 2:30PM

Instructor: Heather Wehnau

Location: Blakesley Library

Spaces is still available.  PLease register at the class.

Fall planting season is upon us. Learn from Garden Plant Propagation Manager, Heather Wehnau, about how to maximize available rebates and incentives when converting your thirsty lawn to drought tolerant native plants. We will discuss local and state rebates and incentives, local planning resources, sourcing supplies, what is covered by the various rebates and what is excluded. This discussion will give you a primer on which steps you need to take before you put a shovel to your turf, so you don't exclude yourself from eligibility. This is the perfect session for homeowners planning an upcoming landscape project, or for landscapers who want to know what's available to their clients.

Please pre-register for this free class. Admission is not required to attend.

Instructor

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Heather Wehnau-Federlein is a transplant from Upstate New York, where she received her B.A. in Plant Science, Ornamental Horticulture at Cornell University. She has worked in the nursery and landscaping industry for over 21 years, in addition to sidelining in landscape design and drought tolerant lawn conversions. She moved to CA in 2002 and has been at the Garden since 2007. Her training & interests include permaculture, native plants, edible plants, forest farming, urban farming, IPM, various arts and crafts, and as much exposure to the outdoors as possible. Her responsibilities at the Garden include growing plants for the living collection, contract growing, and overseeing in-house plant propagation for the retail nursery.

 

Category: 
Lecture
Horticulture & Gardening
Free