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Cypresswood Water Conservation Garden

Purpose:  Harris County Water Conservation and Improvement District (WCID) 132's Water Conservation and Demonstration Center showcases efficient, sustainable water techniques and practices, which are aimed at providing solutions applicable to suburban landscapes whose owners desire to conserve water while sustaining beautiful plant materials. The Center’s focus - water conservation in the landscape - is shared through presentations, site features, and plants.…More Details
4107 Evening Trail Drive Spring TX 77388 Work Phone: 800-795-1746 Website: Cypresswood Water Conservation Garden Website

Purpose:  Harris County Water Conservation and Improvement District (WCID) 132’s Water Conservation and Demonstration Center showcases efficient, sustainable water techniques and practices, which are aimed at providing solutions applicable to suburban landscapes whose owners desire to conserve water while sustaining beautiful plant materials.

The Center’s focus – water conservation in the landscape – is shared through presentations, site features, and plants. Presentations on water saving and sustainable practices include watering established plants with captured rainwater and air conditioner condensate, mulching to conserve moisture, working with the soil’s capacity to hold water, eliminating invasive species, and composting. Site features and materials, approximately 20 found in each of the 16 demonstration areas, include rain barrels, rain gardens, rain chains, and reused and recycled materials.

William Papp, President

Jim Dow, Vice President

Cindy Lane, Secretary

Gary Toll, Asst. Secretary

Mary Bonetati, Asst. Secretary