The monthly meeting of the San Clemente Garden Club is today, Wednesday May 6 2015 at 1:00pm.
Today’s meeting will focus on water conservation and sustainable gardening pratices.
Diane Sukut of Master Gardeners of Orange County will be the speaker today.
As the relentless drought continues throughout California, how can we best manage the water available to us?
A presentation by The Master Gardeners of Orange County will provide some solutions and show us how to “water better not wetter.”
Governor Brown has ordered a 25% cut in water usage.
Many of us have already reduced and are wondering what to do next.
We helplessly watch as precious water is wasted by our neighbors. We worry that our trees, plants and flowers will perish.
Are lush, green lawns destined to be a relic of the past?
Will we be fined if we use too much?
UCCE Master Gardeners are volunteers who have successfully completed an extensive training program.
They support sustainable gardening practices that protect the environment and conserve natural resources.
The mission of the Master Gardener program is to provide accurate information to the public.
With so much confusing information surfacing daily, it is time to get some straight answers.