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The Sustainable Landscape Series Returns in January 2015
The City of Allen Water Conservation division is pleased to announce the 2015 Sustainable Landscape Series.  The series will consist of seven different seminars.  The entire series list is available at The Sustainable Landscape Series - 2015.  

To Register for the Free Seminars:

Regional Rose Rosette Educational Seminar (March 28):
Register online now, or call 214.509.4553
    *View the PDF flyer for this event.
    **This event is not part of the Sustainable Series

Urban Tree Care (April 4):
Register  online now, or call 214.509.4553

Smart Watering Practices - (April 25):
    Register online now, or call 214.509.4553

Landscape PhotoFamily Planting Photo

H20 Youth Education
The Water Conservation Division offers many valuable lessons and materials for our youth.  Whether you are an A.I.S.D. instructor or mentor, scout leader, PTA affiliate or homeschooler, the primary goal of our program is to educate on the importance of water.  Through our programs we hope students will:

  • Evaluate water resources and conservation techniques
  • Critically think about our water supply and future demands
  • Inspire change  

Current teaching lessons are prepared at the K-12 grade level and include subjects on the water cycle, our watershed, water conservation, environmental modeling, water quality, urbanization and stormwater pollution prevention.  For a current list of available resources visit H20 Youth Education Lessons.

Efficient Water Use Tips

Learn about simple tips for efficient water use in and around your home through the Water Conservation Made Easy video.

Online Resources

Just for Children

Find Out More About Water Conservation
For more information about the City of Allen's water conservation plans, programs, or presentations, contact:

Gail Donaldson, Water Conservation Manager, 214.509.4559

William Nahas, Education Specialist, 214.509.4553

Right Plant, Right Place - Shade Loving Vs. Sun Loving
Do you know what grows best in shade and sun? Attend our free Sustainable Landscape Series to see the best perennials to use in either area.