The Advantages of Passive Rainwater Harvesting Earthworks
April 27 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Would you like a healthier landscape while lowering water bills, reducing erosion, and mitigating flooding concerns? Eva Montane will discuss a variety of techniques to make use of this underutilized resource, naturally delivered to all of us free of charge – RAIN! Whether it is a lot or a little, there are simple, low-cost ways to increase retention and hydrate your land. This is a direct way for homeowners to respond to the need for water conservation while improving landscape health.
Speaker: With decades of professional and educational experience, Eva Montane has a passion for appreciating and utilizing nature in her landscape design and philosophy. Eva holds a certificate from the California School of Garden Design as well as a Permaculture Design Certificate, and she is a certified Water Harvesting Practitioner. Through her business, Columbine Landscapes, Eva offers design and consulting services to residents and businesses of Durango, Colorado. Eva is a skilled garden writer and educator and has been published in the Colorado Gardener and Zone 4 Magazine among other publications.
Cost: $10 Wild Ones members, $25 non-members
Registration is a two-step process. Upon registering through SignUpGenius you will receive a confirmation email with a link to register through Zoom, after which you will receive an email containing the link to join the program on April 27, 2021. We recommend you tune into the program 5-10 minutes prior to the start time.
Registration closes at 6:10pm on April 27, 2021, 20 minutes before the program begins.