Free Sustainability Workshops @ Woodbury University in Burbank, CA (April 3 and 17)

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I'm not affiliated with these, but I thought some of you might be interested. April 3 (tomorrow) the workshop will focus on 'Water-Smart Landscapes: Yard, Driveway, Sidewalk, Street' and April 17th it will be 'Rainwater Harvesting + Greywater Systems'

"Interested in learning smart, beautiful design strategies for water- and energy-conservation? From green roofs to greywater systems, from edible gardens to rainwater harvesting, award-winning architects, landscape architects, and designers will teach you the basics in short, free, practical workshops.

Saturdays at Woodbury University in Burbank, starting March 27th.

Workshops run from 9 to 3. Bring a brown-bag lunch and picnic on Woodbury’s campus, or grab a bite at Woody’s, our healthy, affordable cafe."

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