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Peoria announces Sustainable U classes

Posted 2/2/23

The city of Peoria has announced Sustainable U classes for the coming months.

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Peoria announces Sustainable U classes


The city of Peoria has announced Sustainable U classes for the coming months.

These classes will be held at Rio Vista Recreation Center, 8866 W. Thunderbird Road.

Vegetable Gardening in Peoria
Saturday, February 11
9:30-11 a.m.
Nothing is tastier than a fresh meal made from homegrown vegetables. Learn which plants flourish locally and get gardening do's and don’ts that will help your plants thrive and provide this spring.

Recycling 101

Saturday, March 4
9:30-11 a.m.
Do you ever look at the trash item in your hand and ask, can I recycle this? Recycling staff will walk you through what items are recycled in Peoria and what items have to stay in the trash. The more we can recycle right in Peoria the more waste we can divert from our landfills!

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Wednesday, March 22
6:00-7:30 p.m.
Cacti are experts in not only surviving, but thriving in our deserts. There are many types, shapes, sizes, and oh so many amazing blooms! If sharp points have been holding you back from adding cactus to your landscape, some varieties of cacti are even friendly and spineless. Our desert horticulture expert will share species and types of cactus that can be thrifty star features in your landscape.

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