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Discuss water-wise landscape practices for harvesting rainwater.Find out more »
Learn how to care for cacti, agave, yucca and more.Find out more »
Everything you want to know about herbs: selecting, growing, culinary use and preserving.Find out more »
Discuss common pests and management options.Find out more »
Learn how to make Southern Utah’s long growing season work to your advantage when planting and harvesting vegetables.Find out more »
Discuss ideas for creating landscapes that are kid-friendly, safe, engaging and water efficient.Find out more »
Learn about making Southern Utah’s long growing season work to your advantage when planting and harvesting vegetables.Find out more »
Learn how to create an innovative, practical landscape design for southern Utah. Registration for this class is recommended. Click here to register.
Localscapes is a statewide program that helps residents create custom landscapes for where they live. Visit www.localscapes.com for more information.Find out more »
The district is hosting a Qualified Water Efficient Landscape (QWEL) training, which provides 20 hours of educational training in irrigation system design and maintenance, programming and operation. The training is one of two approved US EPA WaterSense Irrigation Auditor certification programs in the nation and is recognized by the EPA WaterSense program, Central Iron County Water Conservancy District, USU Extension, Washington County Water Conservancy District and the Utah Nursery and Landscape Association. UCNP CEU’s available.
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Join us for the 4th annual Scarecrow Walk & Haunted Canyon at Red Hills Desert Garden. This free, family-friendly event will feature several scarecrow displays from various local organizations in addition to a haunted canyon decorated with skeletons, spiders and other creepy things. Join us on October 15 from 5 – 7 p.m. to enjoy music and cookie decorating.
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