ISBN: 9780977246410 Year Added to Catalog: 2006 Book Format: Paperback Book Art: Over 460 illustrations, Index, Bibliography, Appendices Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11 Number of Pages: 420 pages Book Publisher: Rainsource Press Old ISBN: 0977246418 Release Date: April 21, 2008 Web Product ID: 224
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Brad Lancaster will be the featured speaker at Work in Beauty's 2014 Conversations on Local Agriculture. His presentation, "Harnessing Free Water from Streets, Dirt Roads, and Driveways to Grow Abundance: Local Harvests and Enhancements in Our Community Commons", will be hosted at University of New Mexico, Gallup on Saturday, October 18th from 11:00 AM- 4:00 PM.
The WMG Water Harvesting Design Certification program is designed for professionals, educators, and community organizers seeking comprehensive instruction in water harvesting systems design and construction. The program offers a unique combination of hands-on and classroom instruction that provides participants with a thorough, on-the-ground understanding of the core practices in this increasingly popular field.
WMG offers this intensive program at various times throughout the year primarily Tucson, Arizona and occasionally in other communities. The curriculum focuses on water harvesting planning, design, and installation for retrofitting urban areas.
The Water Harvesting Certification program includes the following:
Lectures on each major topic
Hands-on assessments at the sites where projects will be implemented
Training workshops where participants learn by constructing water harvesting systems at public, residential, or commercial sites
Reading and homework assignments to solidify knowledge gained in the hands-on workshops
Final exam to earn certification