April 27, 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Shelter Solano (formerly Mission Solano)
310 Beck Ave.
Fairfield CA

Water is the most precious resource for all life on Earth. Yet, on a planet where 70% of its surface is covered with water, access to freshwater has become a growing concern in many places across the globe. From increasing costs to dwindling supplies, water conservation has never been a higher priority for our species. Learn about the importance of water and various low-cost methods to conserve it that you can start applying today!

Following this one-hour talk, take a guided tour of Shelter Solano’s demonstration permaculture food forest, which is fed by secondary water (laundry-to-landscape greywater system and diverted roof water). This public garden saves more than 100,000 gallons of water annually! Register here.

Learn practical ways of applying permaculture principles in your garden and community. Join us every fourth Saturday of the month from 2 pm-3 pm at Shelter Solano in Fairfield for educational and inspiring talks on various topics on sustainability including sustainable landscaping, water, soil building and more!