In this Sustainability Index Series webinar, you’ll hear more about how your garden can enhance its water quality and consumption goals.
You’ll also learn how other gardens are managing water on site to reduce their reliance on municipally supplied water through reuse and reduction. Chad Washburn from Naples Botanical Garden will discuss how the garden has reduced storm water runoff including improvements in water management through designed wetlands and educational outreach. Maeve Bassett from San Antonio Botanical Garden will talk about how the garden’s choice in plants (especially native plants) and management practices has reduced their water consumption. Jonathan Wagar from Duke Farms will discuss how his institution has reduced water use and improved water quality throughout the grounds which include several ponds, wetlands, bioswales, and a river.
Please note that the “Sustainability Insights” portion of this webinar was not recorded.
Webinar cost: $15/members, $30/non-members.
This webinar series has been generously sponsored by IrisBG.
Learn more about the Association’s Sustainability Index on our website here: https://www.publicgardens.org/sustainability-index
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