Most of the fantastic classes offered at The Water Conservation Garden are on the weekend, but next Tuesday, May 14, the garden is offering an evening class — Landscapes: Irrigation 101 & Soils.

The 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. class will teach you how to build the fertility and structure of the soil in your landscape so that it holds water and nutrients longer. Farmer and educator Paul Maschka from Wild Willow Farm will get down to the “dirt” of soils and irrigation so you can have a successful garden without the use of chemical inputs. The class is free and made possible by the San Diego County Watershed Protection Program.

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