Posts Tagged: urban runoff

SustainableVentura.TV PODCAST from the FREE Water Wise Class: Ocean Friendly Gardens

On Saturday, October 12, 2013, from 10am-11:30am, Ventura Water, Aqua-flo and Green Thumb Nursery presented the second in a series of six Water Wise classes.  The topic for the day was “How to employ Ocean Friendly Garden principles of CPR-

SustainableVentura.TV PODCAST from the FREE Water Wise Class: Ocean Friendly Gardens

On Saturday, October 12, 2013, from 10am-11:30am, Ventura Water, Aqua-flo and Green Thumb Nursery presented the second in a series of six Water Wise classes.  The topic for the day was “How to employ Ocean Friendly Garden principles of CPR-

Only Rain Down the Drain

Ever wonder why you might see a beach closure sign after it rains?  That’s because of stormwater pollution is caused by urban runoff.  When it comes to preventing stormwater pollution, the City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability promotes, “only rain down

Only Rain Down the Drain

Ever wonder why you might see a beach closure sign after it rains?  That’s because of stormwater pollution is caused by urban runoff.  When it comes to preventing stormwater pollution, the City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability promotes, “only rain down

Another local bioswale with native plants

Slow It. Spread It. Sink It. – Helping Nature to Help Ourselves with Bioswales

[slideshow] By Maryann Ridini Spencer Urbanization of towns and cities has caused many of the natural, grassy, open air landscapes to become gray scapes  — areas with lots of concrete, paved parkways, sidewalks and parking lots and other hard-surface areas.

Another local bioswale with native plants

Slow It. Spread It. Sink It. – Helping Nature to Help Ourselves with Bioswales

[slideshow] By Maryann Ridini Spencer Urbanization of towns and cities has caused many of the natural, grassy, open air landscapes to become gray scapes  — areas with lots of concrete, paved parkways, sidewalks and parking lots and other hard-surface areas.