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Events & Workshops

  1. Backyard Composting

    March 23, 2019, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM @ Steve Robbins Administration Building

    An introduction on how to make something beneficial for your garden from things you are already throwing away. Speakers: Riverside Co. Dept. of Waste Resources

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  2. Wiggly Worm Composting & Bin Workshop

    March 23, 2019, 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM @ Steve Robbins Administration Building

    Compost with worms to convert food scraps into two of the best amendments on earth: worm castings, a fancy name for worm poop and worm tea, a liquid fertilizer. This class includes a Make-Your-Own Worm-Bin workshop. Either bring your own materials from the list provided on our website or buy the materials for $26 at the class. Plus, worms are provided for FREE at each workshop. It’s fun, easy and kids love it! Speakers: Riverside Co. Dept. of Waste Resources

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  1. Wastewater Treatment, Mid-Valley Pipeline & Groundwater Sustainability Tour

    March 20, 2019, 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM @ Steve Robbins Administration Building

    This half-day tour will take you through CVWD’s wastewater treatment plant in Palm Desert where approximately 10 million gallons of wastewater is processed daily. You will learn how CVWD recycles this water through a multi-step treatment process for outdoor irrigation on golf courses and other landscapes. You will also visit the Mid-Valley Pump Station where water is pumped out of the Coachella Canal to the treatment plant where it is blended with recycled wastewater to supplement golf course irrigation needs. A visit to the Desert Willow Golf course is also included along with a discussion on how they exclusively use recycled water for irrigation.

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