March 5, 2015
The second talk in the City of Woodland and The Yolo County Resource Conservation District annual series of free workshops on outdoor water conservation is this coming Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Christine Casey with the UC Davis Department of Entomology will give tips on helping bees and other pollinators thrive in your drought-tolerant landscape.
The City of Woodland and The Yolo County Resource Conservation District invite the public to a third annual series of free workshops on outdoor water conservation every Wednesday evening in March from 7:00 to 8:30. The series will be held at the Woodland Community and Senior Center at 2001 East Street in Woodland. The workshops will cover a variety of outdoor water conservation issues and techniques, including lawn removal and conversion to water-wise landscapes, attracting native pollinators with drought-tolerant plants, selecting the best plants for your water-wise landscape, helping trees survive the drought, retaining rainwater on site, and choosing the right irrigation system for your landscape needs.