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A Watershed Moment—Celebrating 10 Years of Prosperity with You
We hope you’ve enjoyed the first-ever print edition of A Watershed Moment, which celebrates WMG’s 10-year anniversary. But don’t worry—if you’re not on our mailing list, you can download the electronic version. Just click on the cover image below.
Check out our list of 10 things that might surprise you about us, browse some fun-filled statistics from the last 10 years, and of course, read updates about our program work and learn how you can get involved in transforming your community with WMG!
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Learn How to Utilize Your Stored Rainwater at WMG's Upcoming Training
WMG has a unique new technical training opportunity on June 22. Join us at the Native Seeds/SEARCH Conservation Center to learn how to install pumps to convey stored water from cisterns to irrigation systems, potable systems, and other uses with cistern expert Mark Ragel! This half day training is only $50—with a $10 discount for students and WMG training alumni.
The monsoon rains are coming, and those cisterns will be full before you know it. This training will teach you the basics to integrate your cistern into a drip irrigation system—no more moving the hose around your yard to distribute water to your landscape! The registration deadline is June 19, and space is limited, so register today to reserve your spot.
The course will cover:
- Tank storage distribution systems
- Plumbing best practices
- Pump setup, sizing, and hydraulics
- Maintenance and troubleshooting
Participants will gets hands-on experience in the complete installation of a pump and associated plumbing on an existing 3,000-gallon steel culvert tank which will supply water to a drip irrigation system.
Cistern Pump Installation Training
June 22, 2013, 7:30 am–12:30 pm
Native Seeds/SEARCH Conservation Center, 3584 E River Rd
Sign up here.
If you have questions, please email email@example.com or call 520-396-3266.