Urban Farming Irrigation Workshop!
Do you have irrigation challenges or want to learn how to manage and conserve water better? Join us during this early spring workshop to learn more about irrigation design, installation, repair and assessment with Lori Palmquist, a Bay Area Urban Farming Irrigation Specialist.

When:
March 7th, 2020 10AM-4PM

Where:
Alameda Point Collaborative’s Urban Farm
2600 Barbers Point Rd, Alameda, CA 94501
(Please find parking along Barbers Point Road in front of the farm. The small lot next to the farm is for housing residents, not for events, so please refrain from parking there. Thank you!)

Cost:
$10, at the door, cash only. Lunch + Farm Tour Included. (A vegetarian lunch will be served!)
Space is limited to 40 guests, so register today! We will also hold another irrigation workshop as part of our Civic Urban Farmer Program.

Speaker:
Palmquist is an irrigation specialist who currently does irrigation education, consultation, and design, who ran a Bay Area landscape maintenance business and worked as a Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor, Certified Irrigation Contractor, and Certified Landscape Water Manager. She has done over 325 workshops, classes, seminars and teacher training for QWEL (Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper), Bay-Friendly, Green Gardener, UCCE Master Gardener Program. Learn more at https://puddle-stompers.com/about.php

Site:
Alameda Point Collaborative’s Urban Farm is a 2 acre diversified working urban farm. This social enterprise uses its passion for community, food and the environment to work with Alameda Point Collaborative residents, staff and volunteers producing delicious, nutritious fruits and veggies, raw honey and beautiful flowers. Learn more at https://apcollaborative.org/farm2market/

Organizers:
This workshop has been organized by the Alameda County Resource Conservation District and the University of California Cooperative Extension Urban Ag Program.

If you have any questions, please contact Julio Contreras at jcontre@ucdavis.edu or at 510-677-3524.
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