Water Smart Workshops 2022: While in-person workshops and events have been suspended until further notice, the Water Authority will be holding a series of virtual WaterSmart classes this winter season. Qualifying participants will earn a $20 rebate on their water bill-and learn about the three steps to landscape success in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County.
Only one rebate per account.
Want a desert friendly landscape? Learn how in this free online class. The Water Authority Conservation experts will show you how with a three step plan to make your landscape more resilient and beautiful.
Your Water Authority Conservation Specialists are out and about teaching the community. See the list below for information on the one-hour classes.
5/14 11:00am Hands on Irrigation Workshop by Richard Perce
For local programs near you we recommend you also check your local neighborhood association, community centers, senior centers, and neighborhood library. You can find all of those at https://www.cabq.gov/
Classes Around Town:
Albuquerque Bio Park (Botanic Garden): Monthly Events and Classes
Albuquerque Master Gardeners: Monthly Classes
Albuquerque Rose Society: Monthly meetings
Albuquerque Home and Garden Show: One time a year home and garden show.
Bernalillo County Open Space: Weekly events and programs.
Bernalillo County Extension Master Composters Classes: Weekly classes all year.
Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program: Bosque School and UNM
City of Albuquerque Open Space: Weekly events and programs.
Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm: Birdwatching events and garden tours.
Los Ranchos Agri-Nature Center: Workshops and events.
Native Plant Society of New Mexico: Workshops
Next Generation Water Summit: May 19th-20th
NM State Cooperative Extension Service: Weekly Webinars
Osuna University: Weekend Classes
Rio Grande Nature Center State Park: Events and programs.
Rio Grande Farmers Coalition: Monthly meetings.
Tree New Mexico: Monthly Tree Plantings
Think Trees New Mexico: Annual Conference in February
Valle de Oro: Events and programs.
Yerba Manza Project: Plant walks