Six terrific reasons to attend a free sprinkler workshop
By Jennifer Nations, Water Resource Coordinator
If learning to program your sprinkler controller, spot irrigation leaks, and trim your water bills rank high among your summer goals, you’ll want to attend one of three free workshops hosted by College Station Water Services as part of Smart Irrigation Month.
Each participating household will receive a rain gauge, soil moisture meter, and $25 gift card to a home improvement store to get you on the way to saving water.
The first seminar is scheduled for this Saturday, followed by additional workshops on June 17 and July 22:
- June 10 — 10 a.m.-noon, CSU Meeting & Training Facility (1603 Graham Rd.).
- June 17 — 10 a.m.-noon, Event Center at Castlegate II (4205 Norwich Dr.).
- July 22 — 10 a.m.-noon, CSU Meeting & Training Facility (1603 Graham Rd.).
Here are six terrific reasons to attend a Sprinkler Spruce Up seminar:
- You have a small lot and have had a summer water bill greater than $30.
- You’ve had high summer water bills in the past and want to avoid sticker shock again.
- You’re curious about how slight adjustments to your watering schedule could save you money.
- You have a sprinkler system but are afraid that scaling back your watering schedule will kill your lawn.
- You don’t know how much water your sprinkler system uses or how much water your lawn needs.
- Your neighborhood or homeowner association collectively wants to reduce the amount of water consumption and runoff – and clear up those algae-ridden sidewalks!
You’ll discover valuable sprinkler system maintenance tips, see the latest in water-saving sprinkler technology, get pro tips from a licensed irrigator, and learn how to receive weekly watering advice from the Brazos Valley Water Smart Network.
For more information or to register, contact me at 979-764-6223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jennifer Nations has been the City of College Station’s water resource coordinator since 1999 after two years as BVSWMA’s environmental compliance officer. She’s also chair of the Water Conservation and Reuse Division for the Texas Section of the American Water Works Association. A native of Fremont, Calif., Jennifer earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental & resource science from UC-Davis in 1995 and a master’s degree in water management & hydrologic science from Texas A&M in 2016.
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