UCCE Master Gardeners of San Bernardino County
University of California
UCCE Master Gardeners of San Bernardino County

Facebook Live: Trees Come First Under Drought and Water Restrictions

Keeping trees alive during drought and water restrictions is critical to maximize their ecosystem and societal benefits. Trees cool urban heat islands, enhance pollinator habitat, absorb and store carbon dioxide, and provide many other benefits. This training will focus on the why and the how of maintaining the health of our landscape trees.
Date: Monday, Nov. 14 
Time: 10 AM
Link: www.facebook.com/UCMasterGardeners/ 

Facebook Live is an authentic and interactive way to interact with our audience in real time. It also allows the ability to build value, trust and raise brand awareness of the UC Master Gardener Program. Share the Facebook Live opportunity on your personal and local program pages and tune in to the UC Master Gardener Program Facebook Live broadcast! Let us know in the comments section what topics or questions you would like answered on Monday or on future Facebook Live topics.

Watch the Recording

Thank for joining us LIVE and if you missed it please watch the recording below. 

Ask your local UC Master Gardener

For more gardening help and local county resources, click here to Find a Program. You will be redirected to your local county website and contact information. UC Master Gardener volunteers, staff, and our extended community's health and safety is our number one priority. Many UC Cooperative Extension offices are offering only phone and virtual services but are here to help, be sure to check your local program for resources. Thank you for your understanding.

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