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4 Flows To The Bay May 2021 Events
May 5th, 11th, 19th, & 29th









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Flows To Bay: San Mateo Countywide Water Pollution Prevention Program

Four Online Spring Events for May

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Ready to take a deep dive into a favorite topic? Or are you ready to learn something new? Either way, there are plenty of free and fun online workshops brought to you by Flows To Bay and our partners.
May 5th: Non-Toxic Pest Management for the Garden & Home
Learn how to approach pests and diseases with a holistic perspective and without the need for toxic pesticides. We’ll explore how a garden ecosystem works from the ground up, through the lens of Integrated Pest Management. Hosted by LYNGSŲ Garden Materials, Inc. and Flows To Bay
Learn More and Register Here
May 11th: Herb Garden 101
In this class you will learn how to create your own water-wise herb garden. Presenters will cover what plants to choose, how to plant herbs, whether to start from seed or buy a starter plant, and how to harvest your herbs. Hosted by Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (BAWSCA) and the City of Burlingame
Learn More and Register Here
May 19th: Design It Yourself Native Plant Landscape
Explore a new and approachable way to develop designs for beautiful, productive, habitat rich, and maintainable native plant landscapes. Learn the steps and principles of creating a native plant landscape design. Hosted by BAWSCA and the City of Millbrae. 
Learn More and Register Here
May 29th: Family Workshop: How to Grow Your Own Salad
Learn how to grow your own salad ingredients from scratch. This workshop will teach you techniques to conserve water in your garden by growing seasonal edible plants that you can harvest. This program is intended for the whole family, suggested ages 6 and older. 
Hosted by BAWSCA and the City of Burlingame. 
Learn More and Register Here
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