Inglewood's Century Heights Neighborhood Street Fair Ocean Friendly Mini Classes

Posted on 09. Sep, 2012 by in G3 Blog, G3 Community, G3 Education, G3 Partners, Los Angeles/South Bay, Neighborhood Walks, Watershed Basics, West Basin MWD

Saturday September 15, 2012 – Saturday September 15, 2012 Corner 102nd and 4th Ave. Map and Directions | Register Description: Join G3 at the Century Heights Neighborhood Watch Association’s annual Street Fair in Inglewood, CA, as we conduct two mini-classes on Ocean Friendly Gardens for West Basin MWD and Golden State Water Company.  This is […]

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Fresh Baked Plans For Los Angeles Rainwater Harvesting Project

Posted on 09. May, 2012 by in G3 Blog, G3 Community, G3 Education, G3 Partners, Green Infrastructure, Homeowner, HOWs, Los Angeles/South Bay, Neighborhood Walks, Water LA Rainwater Harvesting Project, Watershed Notes

G3 Associate, Marianne Simon joined Pamela Berstler and The River Project Executive Director, Melanie Winter, in kicking off an official pie eating contest in Studio City…. Wait a second…That’s not what happened at Dupar’s in Studio City.  Determined environmental advocate, Melanie Winter, officially kicked off the Los Angeles Rainwater Harvesting Project, after more than three years in […]

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APLD Docents Ocean Friendly Gardens In Mar Vista

Posted on 22. Apr, 2012 by in APLD, G3 Associates, G3 Blog, G3 Community, G3 Education, G3 Partners, Homeowner, Los Angeles/South Bay, Neighborhood Walks, Surfrider Foundation, Surfrider's Ocean Friendly Gardens

The Mar Vista Green Garden Showcase featured several Ocean Friendly Gardens that were docented by enthusiastic and knowledgeable APLD Greater LA District members.  Each of these gardens was pre-qualified by an APLD or Surfrider member, who then worked with the landscape designer and homeowner to highlight the Conservation, Permeability, and Retention (CPR) elements of the […]

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Low Impact Dunbar-Spring

Posted on 04. Apr, 2012 by in G3 Blog, G3 Community, Green Infrastructure, Neighborhood Walks, Rain Capture, Rain Gardens, Resources, Watershed Notes

The holy book (Rainwater Harvesting For Drylands And Beyond Vol. 1) requires that, at one time during their lives, all Green Infrastructure pilgrims must make their way to Brad Lancaster’s neighborhood in Tucson, Arizona, called Dunbar Spring. Perhaps the most stunning aspect of this oasis of rainwater endowment is the birdsong choir that follows one […]

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Lawn Patrol At EPA Watersmart Innovations Conference 2011

Posted on 21. Oct, 2011 by in Conferences, EPA Watersmart Innovations, G3 Blog, G3 Education, Homeowner, Neighborhood Walks, Speaker Series, Surfrider Foundation

Surfrider Foundation’s Joe Geever, and G3′s Pamela Berstler, stood their ground in the main exhibit hall at 2011 EPA Watersmart Innovations Conference in Las Vegas, NV. As presenters of a poster entitled “Lawn Patrol,” Joe and Pamela had an opportunity to talk with conference participants as they milled about the hall and during the various […]

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