Time: February 18, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: The Gardens at Heather Farm
Street: 1540 Marchbanks Drive
City/Town: Walnut Creek
Website or Map: http://gardenshf.org
Event Type: free, lecture
Organized By: Brian Larson
Latest Activity: Dec 18, 2014
with Scott Sommerfeld, EBMUD Water Conservation Representative & Landscape Architect
Mr. Sommerfeld will show us how to become water smart in our gardens with hands-on demonstrations of landscape and irrigation tips as well as tools for significantly cutting you water usage and water bills.
SCOTT SOMMERFELD is a water conservation consultant with the East Bay Municipal Utility District and maintains the Sommerfeld Group, a professional irrigation practice. Scott has over 20 years experience in landscape architecture. Scott has a particular interest in water conserving landscape design and can maximize the use of limited water supplies through water auditing techniques. He is a Certified Irrigation Designer and Auditor and is registered by the State of California as a Landscape Architect.
RSVP at gardenshf.org
This lecture is part of the Discovering a Sense of Place Series. Co-sponsored by The Gardens at Heather Farm and the City of Walnut Creek, Discovering a Sense of Place is a free lecture series that runs from January to May 2015 with topics including water conservation and waste reduction.