- News | 09/13/2018
Landscape professionals employed by public agencies in Alameda County may be eligible for a 70% discount on the training cost.Read More
- News | 09/04/2018
This free, daylong workshop is for professionals who design and build landscapes.Read More
- News | 06/11/2018
StopWaste's updated Sustainable Landscapes in Alameda County report lists 70 Bay-Friendly Rated Landscapes, as well as lawn-to-landscape projects, that are saving more than 75 million gallons of water annually.Read More
In Alameda County, 70 properties covering 328 acres have earned the Bay-Friendly Rated Landscapes distinction.
StopWaste's Sustainable Landscapes in Alameda County report lists these landscapes along with project details including location, developer, landscape architect, size, water savings and greenhouse gas emissions reductions.Read More
The Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance is a statewide water conservation law for new and renovated landscapes that meet a certain size threshold.
StopWaste has developed a WELO Tool Kit to help its member agencies implement the ordinance. The Tool Kit consists of model checklists, a water budget/water use calculator, and a permit counter brochure.
Public agencies can use these materials as is or modify them to meet local requirements.Read More