Workshops & Events

The City of Frisco WaterWise Program hosts a variety of workshops and events for Frisco residents. These events cover water-saving techniques and conservation principles to help preserve and protect our most valuable resource. For more information and to register for workshops, access the following workshop links.

2021 Workshops & Events

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Catch the Rain: DIY Rain Barrel Class

This class is sure to be a barrel of fun! Experts agree rainwater is the best water for your lawn, landscape or vegetable garden. Join us to learn simple techniques on how to divert, store and use one of nature’s best resources for the garden. We’ll also pour through the basics and benefits of rainwater harvesting and how it can reduce the effect your stormwater has on the environment. 

Participants will have the option to pre-purchase and take home a 55-gallon rain barrel at $55 dollars each after the class. Rain barrels are recycled food-grade containers and are roughly 24” wide by 36” tall.

Presenters: Rooted In 

Location: Commons Hall, The Grove 

Thursday, September 30, 2021
6 - 8 p.m.  

Register for Class Here

Purchase Rain Barrel Here

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Fall Vegetable Gardening Class

It's hard to keep a vegetable garden productive when the heat index is 105 degrees. But the cooler temperatures of autumn give residents of North Texas a chance for another season of crops before the cold of winter sets in. Join Shades of Green’s very own Tim Wardell as he gives his best fall vegetable gardening tips! At this FREE gardening clinic, you'll learn what vegetables perform best in a fall garden.

Presenters: Shades of Green

Location: Commons Hall, The Grove 

Tuesday, October 5, 2021
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.  

Register for Class Here


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Gardens That Give Back: Wildlife Friendly Landscapes

Native and adapted plants are not only beautiful, low maintenance additions to the garden; they can be useful tools to attract beneficial wildlife as well! Learn ways to attract and provide habitat for butterflies, songbirds, hummingbirds, bees, and other beneficial animals that bring your landscape to life with activity! If you’d like to keep your landscape well-manicured, or if you take a more naturalistic approach, we have tips to meet your needs, suit your taste and capture your imagination!

Presenters: Rooted In 

Location: Commons Hall, The Grove 

Tuesday, October 12, 2021
6 -8 p.m. 

Register for Class Here