Have you ever thought about diverting used sink and shower water to your yard, to feed your garden? As water rates escalate and summer droughts become more commonplace, Northwesterners need to use water more efficiently.
If you want a beautiful and productive landscape that uses very little water, attend one or two August 2016 workshops in Portland to learn about low-cost DIY greywater systems that you can implement to conserve water and enhance your home landscape.
Depave, in partnership with Greywater Action, Recode, Oregon Tradeswomen, and the East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District are hosting two workshops for Portland area residents interested in implementing greywater systems at home. The workshops will be taught by greywater-expert Laura Allen who is a founding member of Greywater Action and author of The Water-Wise Home. Laura will share her tips on conserving water and saving money with effective and inexpensive greywater solutions.
Workshop 1, August 13 from 9:30a-12:30p
Greywater 101: Learn the basics of greywater reuse in this free workshop, including:
Participants will get to create a mock-up greywater system using real parts, as well as plan a design for their own home. Workshop 1 is free and open to all. Space is limited, enroll today!