Before April Showers – February 7, 2015 – Blinn College Rankin Ag Complex

  • February 07, 2015
  • 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
  • Blinn College Rankin Agriculture Complex. 1409 Old Mill Creek Rd. Brenham, Texas 77833.

The population of Texas is growing, understandably! 
Water needs are increasing.
 Our natural water sources are Being stressed……..
We have a responsibility to educate ourselves on what part we can play in water conservation and more efficient usage.
Join us for a one day opportunity to learn about the mechanics of Rain Water collection along with advice on keeping your landscape beautiful by planting drought tolerant natives. 
With Todd Iocco-Epic Services and Jack Casey-Cactus Jack Designs
Blinn College Rankin Agriculture Complex.
1409 Old Mill Creek Rd. Brenham, Texas 77833.
Presented by  
Empowering Females to create a Legacy of Natural Resource Literacy through Land Stewardship                             
More information and registration available at

                  Before April Showers!        
       9:00    Welcome & Introduction                            Kay Kelley   9:20   The Situation - STATS & PREDICTIONS OF WATER NEEDS                              Lynita Kelldorf 9:40    Watershed - speaker to be determined Outdoor Demonstration and Explanation of Exhibits 10:05   Break 10:15   The Mechanics of Collecting Rain Water         Todd Iocco,   State of Tx Licensed Master Plumber                    Texas Rainwater Endorsement                                                            Licensed Green Plumber                                                  Certified State of Texas Plumbing Instructor                                                               Owner of EPIC Services, Pearland, TX 12:15 Lunch 
12:45 Beautiful Landscaping with                           Jack Casey            Drought tolerant Natives                       Professional Landscaper                                                                                  Cactus Jack Designs 2:15   Questions and Answers            Summary 

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