Another in a string of unique opportunities at SixTwelve in the Paseo District is coming up in less than two weeks. On Sat., Oct. 29, join Paul Mays, SixTwelve’s Director of Permaculture and botanist Phillip Koszarekz, of Super Awesome Landscaping, for a three-hour workshop on creating a rain garden using run-off from street water through the implementation of curb-cuts.
Learn about passive water catchment basins and native plants and their ability to soak water into landscapes and to clean pollutants from street run-off. These retention basins can minimize flooding and erosion and keep harmful substances out of our waterways. They can also reduce home owner and city water cost and help to beautify our community and add valuable wildlife habitat.
The cost for the workshop is $30 for non-members and $15 for SixTwelve members. Registration and more info here.