East, West, North, SouthMay 04, 2016
April was a busy month of QWEL training! Helping us make classes convenient at three locations each week were Ewing Irrigation, San Diego Girl Scouts and the City of San Diego Park & Recreation Department.
Special thanks to San Diego Girl Scouts whose commitment to a water-efficient future includes education. The organization’s central San Diego campus has helped more than 60 landscape professionals refresh and expand their irrigation skills. Congratulations to Rebecca Wilbanks, the organization’s landscape technician for earning her Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper certificate.
In El Cajon, Ewing Irrigation provided the hospitality and space for QWEL classes.
At Balboa Park’s War Memorial Building, the City of San Diego Park & Recreation Department hosted and filled a QWEL class!
When it was time to program controllers, QWEL students were fortunate to have operational faceplates in hand, donated by Hunter Industries.
Thank you all for making QWEL training a community achievement.
We’ll be heading north and south in the months ahead. Watch for QWEL in Chula Vista and San Marcos.
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