Drip Irrigation and Rain Harvesting – A Grange Community Program, May 2nd

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Are you looking for alternatives to conserve water in your garden? Do you want to learn about an alternative water supply? Do you want advice on how to capture a water source for your farm or landscape? Plan to attend the Sammamish Valley Grange Drip Irrigation and Rain Harvesting Program,  Wednesday, May 2nd, 7– 8 p.m. at the Grange Hall in Woodinville.
Irrigation is the one sure thing you need to maintain the health of your farm, garden, plants and trees. Whether you’re installing new garden beds or want to upgrade the condition of your current ones, you need to plan for their watering as part of your overall maintenance. The advantage of drip irrigation is its direct delivery contributing to water savings (both in cost and conservation.) A rainwater  harvesting system is perfect for landscape use, storm-water control, wildlife and livestock watering, in-home use and fire protection. These systems vary in range and size. Learn more about these water use and conservation systems with expert presenters during this evening program. Bring your personal watering questions as there will be time allotted for Q & A.
Mark your calendar for June 6, when John the Falconer will be with us at the Grange Garden with his birds of prey.
In tradition and service to the broader community, the Sammamish Valley Grange, located at 14654 148th Ave. NE, Woodinville, presents monthly programs free to the general public. By working to improve the rural nature of the Sammamish Valley, the Grange shares its mission through educational outreach and neighborly engagement. For more information, please contact Tom Quigley, Grange Master, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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