Citrus Heights Water District believes community involvement makes a stronger community. It actively participates in community events, has a strong school program and invites the community to attend its monthly Board of Directors meetings.
CHWD would like to thank everyone that came out to one of our WaterSmart Classes we offered in 2019.
Please note that the 2020 WaterSmart Classes listed below will be offered as online webinars. These classes are free! Resources from our most recent WaterSmart webinars can be found here.
|Tuesday August 11, 2020||12:00 p.m. (noon)||WaterSmart Foundation: Healthy Soil, Happy Landscape||To register, visit bit.ly/Aug11Register.|
|Wednesday August 12, 2020||12:00 p.m. (noon)||WaterSmart Irrigation: The Soil and Water Relationship||To register, visit bit.ly/Aug12Register.|
|Thursday August 13, 2020||12:00 p.m. (noon)||WaterSmart Show Stoppers: Meet the Plants||To register, visit bit.ly/Aug13Register.|
|Saturday, September 19, 2020||9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.||WaterSmart Class|
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WaterSmart Basics: Groundwork for Creating Your Green Plan
Using an actual landscape project that’s designed based on River-Friendly principles, we’ll step through the building blocks for creating your own Green Plan. Learn how to assess existing conditions: Soil, irrigation, slopes, water from roofs/surfaces, sun exposure, and plants because all parts of your landscape work together. Methods for how to measure your yard, consider its function, and identify challenges will be presented. You’ll learn how to use this information to create a base plan, the foundation of your design. Webinar includes Q&A time and online resources.
WaterSmart Basics: Putting Your Green Plan Together
This webinar will take you through the process of creating a landscape plan using site information and a base plan for an actual landscape project. You’ll also learn how to make design decisions for irrigating efficiently, grouping and placing plants for optimum health, keeping water on your property by shaping the soil, and turning challenges into opportunities. Now you’ll have the ability to create a River-Friendly plan for your own yard. Webinar includes Q&A time and online resources.