Washington County Water Conservancy District underwrites the following annual community events that promote the wise use of water. All events are free and open to the public.



Free Landscape Workshop: Lawn Management

Tonaquint Nature Center 1851 S Dixie Dr., St George, UT

Understand the best management practices of lawn care in this arid, dry climate, including basics of a spray sprinkler system.

Free Landscape Workshop: Localscapes 101

Washington County Water Conservancy District 533 E. Waterworks Dr., St. George, UT

Learn how to create an innovative, practical landscape design for Southern Utah. Localscapes is a statewide program that helps residents create custom landscapes for where they live. Visit www.localscapes.com for more information. This workshop is offered in-person and virtually.

Free Landscape Workshop: Native Plants

Washington County Water Conservancy District 533 E. Waterworks Dr., St. George, UT

Discover 60 native plants to incorporate into your landscape to create a setting that's beautiful and water smart. This workshop is offered in-person and virtually.

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Free Landscape Workshop: Desert Succulents

Washington County Water Conservancy District 533 E. Waterworks Dr., St. George, UT

Discuss how to plant and care for these resilient icons of the desert. This workshop is offered in-person and virtually.

Free Landscape Workshop: Herbs

Tonaquint Nature Center 1851 S Dixie Dr., St George, UT

Learn everything you wanted to know about herbs: selecting, growing, culinary uses and preserving. This class is held outside. We recommend bringing a chair or blanket for seating.

Free Landscape Workshop: Pest Control

Washington County Water Conservancy District 533 E. Waterworks Dr., St. George, UT

Discuss common pests plaguing the county and effective pesticide options. This workshop is offered in-person and virtually.

Free Landscape Workshop: Fall Into Veggie Gardening

The Garden at Tonaquint Park 1851 S. Dixie Dr., St. George, UT

Learn about making Southern Utah's long growing season work to your advantage when planting and harvesting vegetables. This class is held outside. We recommend bringing a chair or blanket for seating.