Join us as we begin laying down the foundation of an edible garden: digging on contour swales, making berms, diverting the roof water and planting trees. Break ground with friends and neighbors and learn how to use water wisely while creating an environment where life supporting plants thrive.
This is the third house in Vallejo’s second Resilient Neighborhood hub.
We are inviting individuals and people who want to work within their family/household bubbles on the site to come spend an hour working on this garden installation site. This is a great way to learn techniques and get ideas for your own yard! Only one ticket is required per family. Each ticket type is for a one-hour
This public, hands-on installation workshop* will create a Resilient Neighborhood in Vallejo, providing an opportunity to learn about rainwater capture, water efficient drip irrigation and how to plant and mulch for a waterwise garden that builds healthy soil and yields food.
* wear a mask, bring gloves and water
**Sustainable Solano Staff will be disinfecting tools at the end of each hour shift and will provide hand sanitizer
PPE and Social Distancing Guidelines
- Staff and volunteers shall maintain at least a 6-foot distance from others, excluding other household members.
- Staff and volunteers shall wear a face covering/mask that covers nose and mouth.
- Volunteers that violate social distancing and the aforementioned safety protocols will lead to the volunteer being excused from the event.
If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
*Sponsored by the PG&E Corporation Foundation.
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