Monthly Archives: July 2017

El Dorado Park

  • Swale-by-Baseball-Field
    Park goers can enjoy their activities while looking at the water conscious landscape.
  • El-Dorado-Park-Design
    The original park design.
  • Parkinglot-Feature
    overflow from the bioswale will move through this rain garden allowing for water to infiltrate into the soil at a faster rate.
  • Bioswale_1
    These Bioswales provide porous surface areas that increase the water infiltration
  • Curbside-Pre-Construction-2
    Before construction, the entire park would drain water into this storm drain, or flood within the park.

306 Broadway

  • 306-Raised-Bed
  • 306 Dryfarm Tomaotes
    These Chadwick Cherry tomatoes were planted in April and are dry-farmed over the summer.
  • 306 Stormwater Cisterns
    It is important to use well-sealed cisterns to avoid creating a mosquito breeding habitat. Keep those lids of tight.
  • 306 Raised Bed
  • 306 Cover Photo
    Nick Winslow plants insectary drought tolerant plants which require less water and attract beneficial pollinators and pest preditors.