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UPCOMING WATER CLASSES
The City of DeSoto Public Utilities Department has partnered with Texas A&M Water University to offer water conservation classes to our residents. If you would like to attend any of the classes, please click the appropriate tab below and click the registration link. You will be redirected to the Texas A&M website to register. All classes are free and will be held in the Civic Center Bluebonnet #2 room. Thank you
Come learn the basics and benefits of rainwater harvesting and the effects stormwater has on the environment. Participants will learn how to collect and utilize rainwater at home and have the opportunity to construct their very own rain barrel. This class is hands on "DIY" and each participant will take home a barrel. There will be no cost for the barrel but there will be a fee of $17.00 to cover the cost of the parts. Registration and the fee must be paid by Friday, April 7, 2017 to be eligible to build your barrel.
Registration will be held by the City of Desoto. Please email email@example.com. Deadline to register is Friday, April 21, 2017. However, only those who have registered and paid the fee by Friday, April 7 will receive the parts necessary to build the barrel. We will have a maximum of 25 barrels available. You may bring someone with you to help you with the project. One barrel per house. Each person must be registered in order to take home a barrel.
As of 3/9/17 there are 20 people registered for this class out of a maximum of 25.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 2017 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
City Council Chambers inside DeSoto Town Center
Is your trash can full at the end of the week? Did you know that you can reduce the waste carried to landfills by composting more and throwing away less? This program teaches the composting process, the different types and methods of composting, as well as how to compost and itsimportance. Click here to register.
Below are links to AgriLife handouts. They have similar information to what was shared in the Water University classes.