Conservation through Cultivation Jan. 22, 7 to 9 pm

Here is an event worth checking out.


Conservation through Cultivation
Watershed Protection in Your Own Garden
January 22nd, 2008 7 to 9pm
Mill Valley Community Center
180 Camino Alto at E. Blithedale Ave

Presented by Sierra Club Marin Group…co-sponsored by
Marin Conservation League, Mill Valley Streamkeepers, Friends of
Corte Madera Creek and Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program.

Speakers will share their experience, new techniques and enthusiasm!

Please join us in expanding our options for protecting our watersheds
and conserving our precious water resources.

Brock Dolman, Director of the WATER Institute at Occidental Arts & Ecology
Center and a leading permaculture thinker and teacher. Brock will speak
about watershed dynamics, from the headwaters to the flood plain, and will
discuss practical hands-on human scale interventions for turning stormwater
challenges into benefits.

Dylan Coleman, founder of WonderWater. Dylan is one of the leading rain
catchment technologists who has developed catchment, storage and filtration
systems for a number of settings: from single home to larger scale

Michael Thilgen, owner of Four Dimensions Landscaping and a leader in
ecological landscaping and design. Michael will speak about using landscape
design as a tool in water conservation and watershed protection.

Dan Carney, Conservation Director for Marin Municipal Water District. Dan¹s
presentation will focus on water conservation strategies at the MMWD.

For more information, please contact Sierra Club Marin Group:
Margot Biehle at 415 891-8891 or