This calculator is for homeowners, landscape professionals, developers, and anyone else who wants to see how much water, time and money can be saved by creating a river-friendly landscape, converting a conventional landscape to a more sustainable one, or simply maintaining an existing landscape in a more sustainable way.
The trained volunteers of the UC Master Gardeners program are a great source of information to answer your gardening or plant questions. Their free services include a variety of gardening classes.Contact them:
Our region is fortunate to have a growing number of lovely water efficient gardens open to the public. They are an excellent opportunity to get ideas for your own garden and irrigation system.
Need some help creating your beautiful, water-efficient landscape? Consult with a Green Gardener, a landscape professional who is certified in sustainable landscape care practices. Learn more by visiting the "Green Gardener" section of this Web site.
The site provides residents and landscape professionals with turn-key landscape and irrigation plans and tools for creating a beautiful, eco-friendly landscape, including four distinct landscape plans: Recreation Destination; Right as Rain; Neat and Petite; and Wholesome Habitat.
Project WET - Water Education
Make Waves: Career Paths in the Water Environment - School Curriculum
Call RWA for any questions on sponsorship for Making Waves curriculum (916) 967-7692.
Department of Water Resources - School Education Services
California Regional Environmental Education Community (Region 3 - Capitol Region)
United States Geological Survey (USGS)
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