CRD irrigation workshops coming up

Learn some tips and tricks to make your system more efficient

Are you considering installing or upgrading an irrigation system?

The Capital Regional District’s parks and environment services department is hosting free efficient irrigation introductory workshops for residential homeowners.

Irrigation experts will explain system components, discuss installation and provide scheduling and maintenance tips.

An overview of CRD water conservation programs will also be provided. Optional workbooks will be  available for $30.

Space is limited, so pre-register is advised by calling 250-474-9684. For more information on the different courses and locations, go to crd.bc.ca, click on “water conservation at home” under the Education and Environment tab, then select Efficient Irrigation Workshops.

katie@goldstreamgazette.com

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