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Introduction to Water-wise Landscapes – presented by the City of Aurora

Whether you’re new to gardening or a veteran green thumb, this class covers the fundamentals of creating a beautiful, resilient water-wise landscape that is environmentally sustainable. This class will be held at the Tagawa Garden Center classroom at 7711 S Parker Rd, Centennial, CO 80016.

3/04/23 at 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Please register at https://www.auroragov.org/waterclasses and click on the gray button that says Register for Water Conservation Classes.

Instructors

Diana Denwood Senior Water Conservation Specialist Diana Denwood, a 13-year veteran of Aurora Water’s office of water conservation, is knowledgeable in both indoor and outdoor water efficiency. She holds a Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning , a Bachelor’s in Sociology, and is a Colorado Master Gardener. Diana believes that anyone can have a green thumb–you just need some space and a willingness to learn.
Adam Waters Aurora born, Denver raised, and just as his name suggests, Adam Waters is all about building a sustainable water future for the place he calls home. He has spent 10 years with Aurora Water Conservation helping residents, communities and the city work their way toward efficient water use. He specializes in using data to identify water efficiency opportunities, focusing on the high potential savings gained through proper irrigation and water-wise landscaping. He earned a degree in American history from Boston University and has been certified in landscape irrigation auditing through the Irrigation Association. From skiing to hiking, concerts to cuisine, Adam takes full advantage of what Colorado has to offer and is dedicated to ensuring this amazing lifestyle blending cities and nature can thrive into the future.
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