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Saturday, May 26; 10:00AM - 12:00PM

Greywater 101: Grow Fruit at Home with Your Bath and Laundry Water

About This Event

Saturday, May 26, 2018
10am – 11am
Free for members / Free for non-members (with arboretum admission)

No pre-registration required. Feel free to call the Education Department at 626.821.4623 for more information.

Learn how you can save water and grow delicious sub-tropical fruits with greywater.

Greywater, water from sinks, showers, and washing machines, is a great source of irrigation and can greatly reduce your outdoor water use. Greywater systems are especially important in times of drought. Come learn about common and popular greywater systems, design considerations, water saving potential, fruit growing potential, costs, regulations, health and safety, soaps and products, and how to choose a system that is a good match for your home and landscape.

Greywater Action is a collaborative of educators who teach residents and tradespeople about affordable and simple household water systems that dramatically reduce water use and foster sustainable cultures of water.

The Greening San Gabriel Valley free greywater workshops and Spring 2018 greywater tour are made possible by a generous grant from Patagonia Pasadena.

Visit www.GreywaterAction.org for upcoming classes and tour schedules.

Cost

Free for members / Free for non-members (with arboretum admission)

To Register please call the Education Department at 626.821.4623 or pay at the class

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