The Joshua Basin Water District’s Cadre of Volunteer Docents, along with those interested in becoming one, will ramp-up this new season with a one-hour gathering at the District Office next week Friday, September 28th, from 3PM-4PM. This is a special year, as the District will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2013!
A list of activities will be offered including educational workshops, up-coming public outreach events, as well as, information on local water wise plants that may bloom in autumn if given minimal landscape watering. Some educational opportunities may be especially interesting for high school and college students focusing on environmental studies.
While many docents train to offer garden tours, there are other activities that may be just as appealing for those who are less inclined to be water-wise gardening “gurus”. This program is ideal for local residents throughout the Morongo Basin who love nature, people, and preserving our desert’s most important natural resource: water!
There are no member fees or participant expenses associated with becoming a Water District Volunteer Docent. Bring a friend who may enjoy interacting with people while helping to make a difference! For more information, call Kathleen Radnich at 760-218-2822, or by Email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and remember: “JOSHUA TREE… It’s the water!”