Maintaining your outdoor space is a must, because enjoying nature doesn’t just feel good, it’s also been proven to have a measurable effect on health and well-being. If you’re not sure where to begin, head to the Texas Smartscape class about weeds and water; here you’ll learn to “weed ‘em and reap.”
Brought to North Dallas by the Water University Team from Texas A&M’s AgriLife Research and Extension Center, the course will help inform residents of best practices when it comes to managing weeds effectively, without the overuse of chemicals and, most importantly, your time.
“If you’re having trouble controlling unwanted plants in your lawn and landscape or if you’re confused about when to water and when to wait, we’re here to help,” reads the class description.
Addison is always striving to make our home a better place, but it takes resident participation to truly stand out. By learning about water quantity and quality issues, you’re doing your part in creating an exceptional surrounding for family, friends, and fellow neighbors.
What’s the catch? There is none. Really. The class is absolutely free and will be held just around the corner at Addison’s Surveyor Water Tower, located on Arapaho Road, on Monday, July 16th. Lasting for only one hour, the course will commence at 6:30 pm and, with limited parking, you’ll want to arrive a little early.
To register for this course, visit the Water University website here, and fill out the provided form.
“Water University has built strong working relationships and partnerships with local governments, state and federal agencies, corporations and other entities to develop programs addressing water quantity and quality issues.” North Dallas is very lucky to have such a wonderful resource close by, willing and eager to educate the community. A big thank you to the professionals behind the effort and research!