Break up with Your Lawn: the Basics to Create a Thriving Landscape - Shared screen with speaker view
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just making sure the video is also off? i spilled coffee on my white shirt
lol ok thanks
how long will this webinar be?
did anyone hear our guitar? we're not sure we're muted.
City of Sacramento: www.sacwaterwise.comCity of Roseville: $1/sq ft, up to $1,000 https://www.roseville.ca.us/government/departments/environmental_utilities/utility_rebatesPlacer County Water Authority- $1/sq ft, up to $500 www.pcwa.netSacramento County Water Agency: $.50/sq ft up to $1000 https://waterresources.saccounty.net/scwa/Pages/Cash-for-Grass.aspxContra Costa Water District-$1/sq ft, up to $1,000+ $150 for landscape design assistance www.https://www.ccwater.com/160/Rebate-InformationCity of Napa:$1/sq ft up to $750 https://www.cityofnapa.org/585/Cash-For-GrassMarin MWD: $1/sq ft: www.marinwater.org/rebatesEBMUD: $.75/sq ft, up to $2,000 https://www.ebmud.com/water/conservation-and-rebates/rebates/lawn-conversion-rebate/Southern California- www.socalwatersmart.com
where is the poll
Mine popped up in front of the webinar
Make sure the webinar is full screen
Polling questions will not show up if you are watching it through your browser. You’ll need to be using the downloaded app. Apologies!
can you just read question so we can hear what it is if we don't have access to them?
Can you use seedy weeds for organic mulch?
Where can you buy big pieces of cardboard?
What about chemicals in cardboard?
It’s too bad that Q1 doesn’t have a not sure option.
This is getting pretty deep in the weeds, pun intended.
@Laurel Benhamida: if you are like me and want to reduce cost and can wait to collect cardboard, I’d recommend going on NextDoor and asking neighbors.
I've seen large cardboard boxes sold at Home Depot. Yes, neighbors on Nextdoor (or on Freecycle) are also good resources for free cardboard.
Can any cardboard be used?
Should be unwaxed. I expect all tape should be removed, but metal staples are probably ok
The link to the site is BeWaterSmart.info
Go to www.plantright.org to know what plants are native and non-invasive!
Thank you! great resources
Please feel free to reach us at:William GrangerCity of SacramentoDepartment of Utilitiesriverfriendly@cityofsacramento.orgCheryl BuckwalterLandscape Liaisonslandscapeliaisons@gmail.com916-207-8787Martin Carrion van RijnLandscape Symphonieslandscapesymphonies.com530-632-3263
Thanks so much--very helpful, inspirational and comprehensive!
Will this PowerPoint slide be available after this webinar?
How do you feel about composting lawn after removal? Or adding to Yard waste?
Thank you for all the useful information.
Thank you so much!
Frederick E (Fred) Harris
Thank you for the webinar! :)