Orange County, Fla., Celebrates Smart Irrigation Month with Workshops
Irrigation and Micro-Irrigation Instruction Available in July
Orange County, Fla. – Orange County Utilities will celebrate Smart Irrigation Month during July by helping customers save water and money while seeing better results.
Smart Irrigation Month, a national public awareness effort to promote efficient water use, coincides with the peak month for outdoor water use.
In recognition of the month, four workshops will be held to teach participants about irrigation system maintenance, timer utilization and micro-irrigation, a system that applies small amounts of water to gardens trees and shrubs to minimize waste.
During the workshops, an irrigation professional will answer questions and provide hands-on instruction:
|Wednesday, July 10
|Alafaya Branch Library
12000 East Colonial Drive
|Thursday, July 18
|North Branch Library
1211 East Semoran Blvd.
|Thursday, July 25
|Windermere Branch Library
530 Main Street
|Saturday, July 27
|Tibet-Butler Nature Preserve
8777 Winter Garden Vineland Road
There is no charge for the workshops, but preregistration is required by emailing Water.Division@ocfl.net or calling 407-254-9850 (select option 1, then 2).
Smart Irrigation Month is an initiative of the Irrigation Association, a non-profit industry organization dedicated to promoting efficient irrigation. Visit www.smartirrigationmonth.org to learn more.