Conservation Gardens Fair Set For May 21
BERTHOUD – The fifth annual Northern Water Conservation Gardens Fair is Saturday, May 21, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Northern Water, 220 Water Ave. in Berthoud. The fair is free to attend.
The annual fair includes educational seminars, Conservation Gardens tours, and expert advice on water saving technology and practices. In addition to educational seminars, the fair includes fun activities for children.
“Water conservation is a big part of Northern Water’s role as a regional water provider, said Lyndsey Lucia, Conservation Gardens Public Outreach Coordinator. “We never know when the next drought will be and information provided at the Conservation Gardens Fair is valuable for homeowners, businesses and green industry professionals. Expert advice offered at fair provides an opportunity for the public to learn about water conservation and creating water-smart landscapes.”
The first 400 attendees will receive a Plant Select perennial and a spin from the prize wheel. Limited free sub sandwiches are available between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
The information and resources center includes expert advice from the Associated Landscapers Contractors of Colorado, City of Fort Collins Utilities, Colorado Master Gardener Program, Colorado State University Extension, Colorado Vista Landscape Design, High Plains Environmental Learning Center, HydroPoint, L.L. Johnson, Loveland Water & Power and Plant Select.
For more information on the fair including a list of how-to seminars and activities visit www.northernwater.org.
Submitted to BARN Media by
Zach Allen | Communications Specialist
220 Water Ave | Berthoud, CO 80513