Rainwater Harvesting Workshop – September 22nd, 1 to 5 pm
Wouldn’t you like to utilize the rain that falls on your house, field or shop to grow your garden, recharge groundwater or provide fire protection? On Saturday, September 22nd from 1 to 5 pm, the Amador Resource Conservation District presents a workshop on rainwater harvesting and storage. The workshop will be taught by Sean Kriletich, a foothill farmer and agricultural consultant, with first hand knowledge and experience with a variety of rainwater harvesting scenarios. The cost per participant will be $20 and refreshments will be provided. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to make effective use of your precious water resources.
Who: All those interested in effective use of our rainwater resources.
What: A Rainwater Harvesting and Storage Workshop presented by the Amador Resource Conservation District and instructed by Sean Kriletich
When: Saturday, September 22nd from 1 to 5 pm
Where: Sutter Hill – Amador Co. Health and Human Services Conference Room -10877 Conductor Blvd. Sutter Creek CA 95685
Why: Whether we are homeowners, gardeners, farmers, ranchers, winery owners, builders or vineyard owners we could all use extra water. This
workshop will cover all aspects of rainwater harvesting and storage from the drops falling on your roof or field, to storage and utilization. You will leave this workshop with the principles of rainwater harvesting, storage, and utilization as well as the knowledge you need to install a system and information on the costs involved.
Cost: $20 per participant ($10 for each additional participant from the same farm our household) – space is limited so reserve your seat today!
To reserve your seat at the September 22nd Rainwater Harvesting Workshop please contact Sean Kriletich at palomapollinators or (209)
402-7801 and/or send your check or money order ($20 per participant – $10 for each additional participant from the same farm our household)
18048 Butte View Ct.
Jackson, CA 95642
I look forward to seeing you at the workshop,
P.S. A field trip to an existing rainwater harvesting installation will be available during the week following the workshop.