Keep your plants happy and healthy during dry times
Keep your plants happy and healthy during dry times
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Register Now! Free Webinar on Thursday, July 8, 4:00pm (PT)
Longer periods of drought conditions and lack of water can impact plant health, limit a plant's ability to produce food and make it more prone to attracting pests. Excessive heat can also accelerate the reproduction time of pests. Learn how to keep your garden gorgeous and healthy during dry times!
Join our free webinar on Thursday, July 8, 4:00-5:00 pm PT
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Heat and drought are hard on our gardens, but there are simple strategies that can help keep our plants happy with less water.
About the Organic Gardening Webinar Series
Throughout the 2021 growing season, the Clean Water Program offers free monthly webinars about organic gardening and non-toxic pest control, in association with Our Water Our World. Classes are presented by Suzanne Bontempo, a certified Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Advocate. Follow us on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) to see upcoming classes. 
Missed a webinar? Find recordings and more on our YouTube channel. To learn about non-toxic alternatives to fight pests in your home and garden, click here.
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Learn how to manage your garden during drought conditions on July 8.
About the Clean Water Program
Made up of agencies from around Alameda County, the Clean Water Program has been working since 1991 to facilitate local compliance with the Federal Clean Water Act. Member agencies include the cities of Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Newark, Oakland, Piedmont, Pleasanton, San Leandro and Union City, the County of Alameda, the Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, and the Zone 7 Water Agency. 
The Program reaches out to residents and businesses throughout the county, helping people understand the importance of clean and healthy waterways, and what role each of us plays in protecting local creeks, wetlands and the Bay. The Program inspires residents to do their part to prevent water pollution during their everyday activities. It helps business owners and managers understand water pollution prevention regulations that affect them, and adopt best practices to stay in compliance. 
For more information about the Clean Water Program visit www.cleanwaterprogram.org.
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