As part of an effort to educate about natural resources conservation, the Hernando County Water Resource Division is hosting free classes throughout the end of the year. All classes will meet at the new Utilities Department building, located at 15365 Cortez Blvd. in Brooksville from 10 a.m. until noon.
Taking the Mystery Out of Landscape Irrigation
Friday, October 21, 2016
Dr. William Lester of the Hernando County Extension Service will discuss ways to take the mystery out of operating the irrigation box. Tips will be presented on how to use the system in the most water efficient and cost efficient manner. The amount of water your landscape actually needs will also be covered.
Budget-Friendly, Time-Friendly, Florida-Friendly Landscapes
Friday, November 18, 2016
Learn how to have a beautiful landscape, while saving time, money and water. Join Lilly Browning, Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program coordinator, as she discusses low-cost, low-maintenance landscaping practices.
Discover Hernando’s Natural Treasures
Friday, December 16, 2016
Participants will explore Hernando County’s environmentally sensitive lands while learning how and why there is an effort to preserve these important natural areas. This exciting presentation will be given by Jim King, conservation lands specialist.
Please call (352) 540-6230 to register, or visit http://hernandowas2017.eventbrite.com