Answers To LA EXPO Quiz

Posted on 16. Feb, 2014 by in Conferences, Curb Your Pollution, G3 Blog, Green Infrastructure, Rain Capture, Rain Gardens, Speaker Series

Thanks to everyone who joined Pamela Berstler on Friday morning at 8:30 AM at the LA EXPO in Long Beach, CA to hear more about Rain Garden Design (aka Sponge Gardens). Here are the answers to the QUIZ administered at the end of the class.LA Expo Questions Answers021414 The group explored the role of Living […]

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5th Annual EPA Watersmart Innovations Meets Watershed Wise Approach

Posted on 11. Oct, 2012 by in Conferences, EPA Watersmart Innovations, G3 Blog, G3 In The News, G3 Media, G3 Partners, Speaker Series, Surfrider Foundation, Water Conservation, Watershed Notes, West Basin MWD

It looks as though the EPA Watersmart Innovations conference is becoming more receptive to the principles of Watershed Wise Landscapes, as agency and city representatives from across the country engaged in productive dialogue with G3’s Managing Member, Pamela Berstler, at her talk: Pledges and Promises – Are We Really Changing Landscape Behaviors? Gus Meza, Conservation […]

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G3 Launches (VOW) Voice Of The Watersheds Project

Posted on 18. Jun, 2012 by in G3 Associates, G3 Blog, G3 Education, G3 Partners, Professional, Speaker Series, VOW Project

G3’s Voice of the Watersheds (VOW) Project, lifted off last week with the first G3 Communication Workshop Focus Group.  Seven G3 educators and activists from across California, joined G3 Associate, Marianne Simon in a day-long workshop designed to hone their personal presentation styles into dynamic and effective voices for the environment. Completion of a Communication […]

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Flowing Talk At Tucson AridLID

Posted on 03. Apr, 2012 by in Conferences, G3 Blog, G3 Community, G3 Education, Green Infrastructure, Rain Gardens, Speaker Series, Watershed Notes

Arriving in Tucson, Arizona in the middle of the day, one realizes immediately that one is in a place completely different from Los Angeles or the succulent-loving San Diego, California.  Sunny? Yes. Dry? Very. Lawn? Little. The difference in place apparently extends beyond the climate and rainfall to the landscape aesthetic response to that climate. […]

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Pamela’s Tucson AridLID Talk Preview

Posted on 25. Mar, 2012 by in Conferences, G3 Blog, G3 Education, Green Infrastructure, Rain Gardens, Speaker Series, Water Conservation, Watershed Notes

What do you think about when you see this picture?  Does the “ordinary person” (read that: “not particularly tuned into the environmental message”) connect this picture with what happens in the winter in Los Angeles? (ie. RAIN)   We don’t think so. Of course, it makes sense to all of us.  But to the AVERAGE […]

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