Posted on | January 6, 2010 | 2 Comments
San Diego celebrated the New Year with a water rate hike. That said, may every one greet it with the same civic mindedness of Groksurf’s San Diego. As that leading Southern California water blog observes, water in San Diego is still cheap.
To that this website can only add: Few counties enjoy such a good network of conservation educators. Click here for listings of events from the San Diego chapter of the California Native Plant Society.
Update: Groksurf’s editor George Janczyn shot in an e-mail a day after this post appeared commending Lost in the Landscape, the website of San Diego artist Jim Soe Nyun. To this haul of contacts, another commenter (see below) says don’t forget the San Diego online conservation forum Stand for Less.
And if you haven’t heard of it, or visited it, by all means look into the Water Conservation Garden and its programs at Cuyamaca College.
For region-wide dry garden events for Southern California, click here.
This post has been updated.