Joe, owner of DRiWATER, is watering the DRiWATER garden for only the 4th time this year! People normally water a garden every day or so. Can you believe how much water we saved while being able to donate over 1,500 pounds of produce to local food banks.
Twenty new sidewalk trees will be planted along the 5200-5400 blocks of southern Claremont Avenue in Rockridge, Oakland, CA this month. The project is coordinated by Scenic Streets, the local volunteer group who landscaped the nearby highway ramps last year.
The new trees will be provided a steady supply of water from a sophisticated aqueous gel donated by DRiWATER of Santa Rosa. Scenic Streets volunteers will periodically fill upright underground pipes with the company’s biodegradable goo which slowly releases water to the tree’s root system over a period of weeks. The product is ideal for sites where using a garden hose isn’t convenient.Download Article