Last night, Joseah Rosales, owner of Greywater Landscape Design, talked to workshop attendees about the continued importance of saving water and water conservation solutions they can use as homeowners. He brought along his cool new OCCY device, which connects to a downspout and diverts water equally into 3 different directions. For more information, go to his website: www.greywaterlandscapedesign.com. For more information about Greywater Action, go to www.greywateraction,org
Everyone had a wonderful time at the annual Herb Day yesterday! Vendors sold olive oils, soaps, lotions, jewelry, teas, temporary tattoos, tinctures, succulents, jams, and more, not to mention lots and lots of fragrant herbs! There were talks on the various medicinal and culinary uses of herbs, visitors could make headpieces, sachets, and teas from dried herbs and flowers, and there was plenty of information to go around. Everyone was in good spirits on this beautiful day! For more information on the herb society, go to
Photos by Denise Koroslev and Alison Clary
For more information, read article on Sustainable Contra Costa website: http://sustainablecoco.ning.com/forum/topics/look-who-s-taking-action-you-are-sign-up-for-a-water-conservati-1
The Rodgers Ranch Heritage Center's Board of Directors is excited to use our blog, Ranch Posts, to keep members and the public informed of the latest activities at the ranch. We invite you to comment, ask questions, or muse on the heritage center, both its historical past and its thriving present.