Landscaping and Classes
DEDICATED LANDSCAPE WEBSITE - Design Your Next Garden
Thinking about converting your lawn to a drought tolerant garden? Foothill Municipal Water District has officially launched a dedicated landscaping website specifically catered to the Mediterranean-like climate for the communities in Altadena, La Canada Flintridge and La Crescenta. The landscape website is a one-stop landscaping shop with an abundance of resources for residencesthat are planning or thinking about converting their lawn to a beautiful drought tolerant garden. The link to the landscape website is below.
WATER CONSERVATION CLASSES & EVENTS
FMWD periodically offers FREE landscaping classes to interested residents. To receive notification of upcoming classes and events, please send an email to email@example.com subscribe to our newsletter list.
Click on the Links Below to View Upcoming Classes and Events!
FREE ONLINE LANDSCAPE TRANSFORMATION CLASSESOffered by Green Gardens Group
DROUGHT-TOLERANT LANDSCAPING INFORMATION
Did you know that approximately 40 to 80 percent of water use goes toward irrigation of outdoor landscapes? Our Mediterranean-like climate offers a great opportunity to utilize long established landscaping choices to reduce water use and still create a comfortable retreat. This page contains information to assist our residents with the installation of California native or drought-tolerant landscapes.
MWD GARDEN SPOT
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) offers information on sustainable landscapes, local plant nurseries, and gardening tips through its Garden Spot webpage: www.bewaterwise.com/gardenspot.shtml. Visitors may also take online classes that cover a range of material from gardening basics to in-depth tutorials, and can be accessed by clicking on the California Friendly Garden picture below.
FMWD is proud to co-sponsor Landscape Integrity Films and Education (LIFE) and their video tutorials that showcase native gardening. LIFE supports a shift to appropriate landscaping practices that reduce water and energy consumption and support biodiversity.