Watershed Protection Landscaping Strategies Webinar 10.28.20
Free Virtual Seminar October 28th, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Join me and a panel of experts as we present techniques to properly manage your landscape and implement manure management strategies for farms and ranches. These proven methods prevent erosion and protect waterways in San Diego County.
During the webinar, we will be sharing techniques we employed to develop the County of San Diego’s watershed protection and composting demonstration site at Ramona’s International Equestrian Center.
Webinar Highlights include:
- Proper manure management and composting
- Compost, compost socks, and compost blankets
- Catchment basins and rock interrupters
- Native plantings
I would like to thank the County of San Diego for funding this webinar and the Solana Center for organizing the event. This webinar is intended for residents living in unincorporated areas of San Diego, but anyone can register and attend the live event. A webinar video will be available (unincorporated residents only) after the presentation.
Our Panel of Experts:
Diane Hazard, Director of Education at Solana Center, will be our panel moderator. She has a degree in biology, a certificate in Sustainable Business Practices, and is a Master Composter.
Nancy Zadrozny of Ramona’s International Equestrian Center who has a background in horticulture and ecology and 15 years experience as vice president of an engineering construction firm. She is the manager of the San Diego Country Estates’ Equestrian Centers Landscape Department and a member of Back Country Horsemen, San Vicente Saddle Club, and the Ramona Trails Association.
Josh Robinson has a Master’s Degree in Ecological Landscape Design and over 14 years of experience designing, installing, and teaching about ecologically abundant gardens, home, farms, and businesses. He is the director and co-founder of the San Diego Sustainable Living Institute, and is Principal and Landscape Designer for Ecology Artisans. Josh’s work is featured in Toby Hemenway’s book Gaia’s Garden and Art Ludwig’s Create an Oasis with Greywater and has received multiple awards.
Craig Kolodge, Ph.D., is the former academic advisor, field plant pathologist and county director for the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) in Santa Clara county. He currently serves as the Business Development and Sustainability Manager for San Pasqual Valley Soils. Craig is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) and an expert in the use of compost-based Sustainable Management Practices (SMPs) for storm water management and industrial pollution management (Trainer of Record for Qualified Industrial Stormwater Practitioner – QISP statewide program).