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Demystifying Your Irrigation System – Garden for the Environment

Garden for the Environment
7th Ave @ Lawton Street
San Francisco, CA

June 17, 2017, 10:00am - 12:00pm

Garden for the Environment & San Francisco Public Utilities Commission presents: 

Demystifying Your Irrigation System

  • How do I set my sprinkler system?
  • How often should I water my plants?
  • What time of the day should I water them?
  • How do I check for irrigation leaks?

If you have questions like these, this workshop is for for you. Our expert instructor will give a brief overview of common irrigation systems and share tips and tricks for keeping them in good shape. Then, the floor will be open for an extended Q&A – bring in irrigation component, photos, and questions and our instructor will help you troubleshoot. You’ll learn a lot by hearing the solutions to others’ questions as well!

About the Instructor:

Tom Bressan is the Founder and President of The Urban Farmer Store, a company with stores in San Francisco, Mill Valley, and Richmond, selling efficient landscape irrigation and lighting to landscape professionals, homeowners, and municipalities. He has written numerous articles and handbooks on all aspects of sustaining the landscape and the environment, including Sunset magazines and Ortho books, and has served as a consultant for the This Old House book. He has presented lectures to over 500 clubs and organizations. Sunset and the San Francisco Chronicle have featured his work, and he has also received distributor awards from Hunter and Rain Bird.

Cost: $10


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