California Friendly Garden Contest Partners

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California Friendly Garden Contest Partners 2015-02-24T00:35:31+00:00
2017 Contest Partners
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Roger’s Gardens

Roger’s Gardens is a home and garden center located on seven park-like acres in Corona del Mar adjacent to Fashion Island. The store opened its doors in 1975 and over the years evolved into a destination for customers seeking creative ideas and unique products for outdoor and indoor living. Regarded as one of the nation’s leading retailers, Roger’s Gardens is a leader in design trends and gardening techniques. Selections include unusual plants, succulents, designer pottery, stunning orchid arrangements, colorful flowers, holiday decorations, collectibles, gifts, home décor and gourmet foods. Roger’s Gardens conducts numerous lectures and special events where top experts from horticulture share their secrets. rogersgardens.com

Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is a cooperative of 26 cities and water agencies serving 18 million people in six counties. The district imports water from the Colorado River and Northern California to supplement local supplies, and helps its members to develop increased water conservation, recycling, storage and other water-management programs. bewaterwise.com

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Monrovia Nursery

Expert grower of the healthiest, hardiest, most beautiful plants. Raised in our exclusively formulated, nutrient rich organic soil, Monrovia plants are guaranteed to make your garden thrive! Our Distinctively Better (R) plants are the strongest in the industry and with more than 2,200 varieties. From low cost to high fashion — We have something for every garden style! monrovia.com

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Irvine Ranch Water District

“Irvine Ranch Water District (IRWD) was established in 1961 as a California Water District under the provisions of the State of California Water Code. The District provides potable water, sewage collection and treatment, and produces tertiary-treated recycled water. IRWD serves a population of 324,500 with a service area of 179 square miles encompassing the city of Irvine and portions of Costa Mesa, Lake Forest, Newport Beach, Orange, Tustin and unincorporated areas of Orange County. IRWD extends from the Pacific coast to the foothills.” irwd.com

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City of Newport Beach

With new growth come new opportunities to conserve water. The City of Newport Beach recognizes it must significantly reduce and attempt to eliminate excess water flows during non-rainy seasons in coastal canyons and on coastal bluffs within the city. Because the choice of landscaping and the correct design of irrigation systems can aid in the fight to eliminate urban runoff and water waste, the City of Newport Beach is dedicated to educate and support programs that aid in eliminating water waste.
Improving water quality through conservation is key to healthy waterways, bay and ocean. Do your part outside your front door by planting a California Friendly garden. It will not only save money on water and energy, but you’ll be doing something good for the environment. cleanwaternewport.com

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UC Cooperative Extension (Master Gardeners)

The purpose of the University of California Master Gardener program is to utilize certifed volunteers to extend to the public research-based information verified by UC experts about home horticulture and pest management. After 50 hour of classroom instruction, taught by experts in their fields, our Master Gardeners perform volunteer services in a myriad of venues. The Master Gardener program is administered locally by participating county offices of UCCE, the principal outreach and public service arm of the University’s Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. For information on the UCCE Master Gardener program or to ask home horticulture or pest management questions, log onto uccemg.com

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Surfrider Foundation

The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves and beaches for all people through conservation, activism, research and education. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over 50,000 members and 60 chapters across the United States and Puerto Rico, with international affiliates in Australia, Europe, Japan and Brazil. To find out how you can help protect our oceans, waves and beaches please visit surfrider.org today!

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The California Native Plant Society (CNPS)

The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of California’s native plants, striving to conserve them and their natural habitats through education, science, advocacy, horticulture and land stewardship. The Orange County Chapter is very active, with many activities and encourages members with such diverse interests as natural history, botany, ecology, conservation, photography, drawing, hiking and gardening. The Orange County chapters meet monthly, with educational and entertaining meetings on a variety of topics. occnps.org

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Municipal Water District of O.C.

The Municipal Water District of Orange County, which serves nearly 2.3 million residents through 29 member agencies, manages the water supply the county receives from Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. mwdoc.com

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The California Native Plant Society (CNPS)

Since 1920, Kellogg Garden Products www.kellogggarden.com has advocated an environmentally friendly approach to gardening as reflected in all its manufacturing processes, products and consumer education. The Kellogg family, and their company, have been a major force behind agriculture, gardening and landscaping industries in the Western US.
Kellogg Garden Products is the exclusive distributor of Kellogg®, Gardner & Bloome®, Greenhouse®, Gardeners®, Dr. Earth®, Gro-Power®, Jungle Rain® and Plant Success® cutting-edge organic soils, amendments and plant care products to retailers and landscapers from Canada to Mexico and from Hawaii to Utah. Throughout the years, Kellogg has also shown a passion for giving back to the community. Each year, Kellogg generously donates to an array of charitable programs and organizations including programs to support school and community gardens.
Also, despite all their success and growth, Kellogg Garden Products has remained a solid family business that continues to adhere to the core business values of its founder H. Clay Kellogg — integrity, innovation, loyalty, experience, commitment and generosity.