Would you consider spending $35 if it meant you could water your prized plantings for FREE this growing season?
Do you strive to maintain healthy bacteria in the soil where you are growing edibles?
Aware that chlorine in our house/hose water kills the healthy microbes living in the soil and leaves the garden more susceptible to pests and diseases, are you looking for a better way to water?
If you answered "yes" then here's an event for you:
City of Dunwoody Sustainability Commission Rain Barrel Workshop
A Class Hosted by the Upper Chattahoochee RiverKeepers on Rainwater Reuse
The City of Dunwoody Sustainability Commission would like to invite interested parties in becoming a part of the water crisis solution by participating in a rain barrel class hosted by the Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeepers. The Commission is holding a class to educate the community on the importance of water conservation and the effects of stormwater runoff while still enjoying the benefits of maintaining a beautiful landscape. Participants will receive a 60 gallon rain barrel donated by Coca-Cola, hose spigot, overflow valve, down-spout attachment and filter screen. Staff and Commission will assist in the assembly.Reservations are required, so please call Rebecca Keefer at 678-382-6811 or email Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost is $35 per person. Space is limited to 25 people per class, so be sure to reserve your space. Please drive a vehicle that can carry your 60 gallon rain barrel home!
WHAT: Rain Barrel Workshop
WHO: The event is open to the public by reservation only.
WHEN & Tuesday, April 19, 2011
WHERE: Begins at 6:00 p.m.
City of Dunwoody
Mayor and Council Chambers
41 Perimeter Center East