Water-Saving Tip of the Week

Come to the Greywater 101 class this Thursday, March 24, at 6:30-8 p.m. at the Louise Lowry Davis Center. Laundry-to-landscape installations will be highlighted, as well as options for design and financial incentives.

The class is taught by Sweetwater Collaborative — with a suggested donation of $10/person or $15/couple for Sweetwater — and is sponsored in part by the City of Santa Barbara. For more information, go to —Madeline Ward, City of Santa Barbara, Public Works

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