This is your source for information about classes, workshops and exhibits that EBMUD is offering directly or in partnership with others. EBMUD believes in helping people learn ways to conserve water, so conservation topics are typically highlighted. Please check back often for the latest information.
Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour
The Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour is a free self-guided tour of 50 gardens at locations throughout the Bay Area that provides habitat for wildlife, are pesticide-free, conserve water and contain 50 percent more native plants. This self-drive tour showcases a variety of gardens, from large parcels in the hills to small lots in the flats.
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Various locations throughout
Alameda and Contra Costa counties
For more information and to register, visit the Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour website. For a full list of all sites, please visit the "Gardens on the 2013 Tour" web page.
Ruth Bancroft Garden Lecture Series
This exciting set of author events, seminars and workshops highlights topics including growing vegetables, herbs and cutting flowers; choosing colors for your garden that work together; and creating stunning succulent gardens and great plant combinations using water-wise plants. Learn more about water-wise and sustainable gardening in the Bay Area.
Contract Equity Program Business Forums are an opportunity for business owners to learn how to do business with East Bay Municipal Utility District, meet EBMUD staff, and network with other business owners.
EBMUD hosts a rotating art exhibition in its Administration Building lobby in downtown Oakland. The shows are free and open to the public. You'll find visiting hours, information about the current artist and a sample of the work on display.