City of Ventura residents, does your school have a GREEN School program? City of Ventura offers FREE Educational Programs. Watch this Sustainable Ventura News video!
FREE GARDENING CLASS: Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017 — “Permaculture 101,” 10:00 AM, Green Thumb International at 1899 S Victoria Avenue, Find out more and RSVP, CLICK HERE!
Environmental Specialist Haili Matsukawa shares more “95 Ways to Save” water this summer (and throughout the year!). This PureWaterRadio podcast is hosted by Maryann Ridini Spencer. For more information about Ventura Water’s programs, events, rebate and water news, visit: VenturaWater.net.
Sustainable Ventura News takes a trip to Sustainable You! Camp. The camp, held each summer at University of California Hansen Agricultural Research and Extension Center’s (HAREC) 4-H Sustainable You Camp teaches children ages 9-12 about what it means to be sustainable through fun activities based around the five major themes: Land, Water, Food, Air, and Energy.
Access to clean water essential to the sustainability of our community. Find out how some Ventura residents are conserving our natural resources!
Smart irrigation and smart controllers in your landscape can save you a lot of money as well as help the sustainability and preservation of our community. City of Ventura Environmental Specialist Haili Matsukawa and Environmental Services Assistant, Collin Boyes, share great water-saving landscape and irrigation tips and talk about the FREE controllers and irrigation tools being offered by the City of Ventura. LISTEN TO THIS PODCAST!
“Mediterranean Native and Drought Tolerant Gardens”
10:00 am, July 15 at A Smart Garden: 33 S Palm Street.
Join landscape designer Cari Vega at her new sustainable nursery. Here you will get an introduction to beautiful Mediterranean natives, low-water use plants, along with many simple tricks to transform your garden. Click here to RSVP.