Southern California Drought … How to Save Water in Your Garden

Right here in the South Bay,  is California’s State Historic Landmark No 152 …  it’s the Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum in the Rancho Dominguez area of Carson.

California Historic Landmark #152

California Historic Landmark #152

National Register of Historic Places

The mission of the Friends of Rancho San Pedro is to preserve and increase community awareness of early California history as it relates to the Dominguez family, homestead adobe and the Rancho San Pedro, the first Spanish land grant in California. This is accomplished through educational programs and the operation of the Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum.

Today, California is beginning to suffer from a 5-year drought, which is sadly affecting Southern California. On Saturday, February 8, the Friends of Rancho San Pedro will be offering a workshop so you will learn how to grow a water-saving garden.  Going Green in the South Bay is a great idea so we can continue to protect our environment for generations to come.

How to save water in the garden:   The Friends of Rancho San Pedro will conduct a free water-saving gardening workshop, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum, 18127 S. Alameda St., Rancho Dominguez. For more information, call 310-603-0088 or visit online.

While you are there, take a docent-led tour; donations accepted.

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