Learn to be outdoor water-efficient in 2022

Published on January 03, 2022

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Fort Worth Water invites residents to participate in a wide variety of classes and workshops in 2022. These free, informative sessions will teach attendees to use water more efficiently while maintaining a beautiful and healthy landscape, lawn or garden.

Get ready for outdoor watering season with Irrigation 101 Virtual Classes, co-sponsored by Tarrant Regional Water District. Join Dotty Woodson for a one-hour presentation to help understand your sprinkler system, followed by a live Q&A session. Classes begin at 6 p.m. Jan. 18 and Feb. 15. Registration is required to receive the class link.

Fort Worth Water’s traditional Water Saving Seminars feature new topics taught by regional experts from Rooted In this year. The monthly seminars start at 6 p.m. at the Botanic Research Institute of Texas, 1700 University Drive. Registration is required and opens one month before each seminar.


Feb. 10

Landscape Design Basics

March 10

FoodScaping: Eat the Yard

April 14

Sprinkler Systems 101

May 12

Plant Combos & Companions

June 9

Houseplant “Horti-couture”

July 14

Sprinkler Systems 201

August 11

Native Plant Design

September 8

Dig into Composting

October 13

Wildlife Friendly Landscapes


The Fort Worth Library Water Conservation Series, part of a continuing partnership with Fort Worth Water, offers classes at libraries around the city. The eight Saturday morning classes, taught by regional experts from Rooted In, begin at 10:30 a.m. Registration is not required for these classes.


March 12

Your Better Yard (Part 1)

Southwest Regional Library

March 19

Your Better Yard (Part 2)

Golden Triangle Library

April 9

Sprinkler Spruce Up

Southwest Regional Library

April 16

Sprinkler Spruce Up

Golden Triangle Library

May 14

Lawn Care: Green with Envy

Summerglen Library

June 11

Cool Off with Shade Gardening

East Regional Library

Oct. 8

Butterfly Gardening

Ridglea Library

Nov. 12

Trees for Texas

Northwest Library


Class descriptions and registration links are available online. 



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