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Paula Henson

paula_hensonI am a Los Angeles native, an educator and water conservation advocate with a background in landscape design. I have been providing classes all over southern California for adults about landscape water conservation, and have over 10 years of experience teaching 3 to 5 year-olds. Previously I facilitated courses in several major U.S. cities in Film Production for AFI (American Film Institute) Public Service programs.

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INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SOILS

Yes, it’s officially time to celebrate soil! Attend the Soil in the City summit (www.urbansoil.org) in L.A. this February!

RECYCLED WATER FOR NON-POTABLE USE IN CALIF.

From the Nov 2014 issue of Opflow the magazine from AWWA: Firefighters in Dublin, CA and the Alameda County Fire Dept. are using recycled water during training and for controlling small fires.
Also, so far this year 9.5 mil gallons of recycled water has been used for construction, dust control and irrigation in Alameda County.
Residents can also sign up for up to 300 gal of recycled water per visit to the district’s treatment plant. Since mid-June 2014, they’ve used more than 1.5 mil gallons!

IS THERE WATER IN THAT ART OR. . .

Major Works of Art reveal fixation with water! Ok, maybe you’re not so surprised.

I was wondering how many famous paintings feature water. So, not being an art afficiando I tried to come up with the most famous paintings I could think of. Mona Lisa, Monet’s Water Lilies, that melting clock, the Scream and the American Gothic one.

Water in the background? Mona Lisa, check. The Scream, check. Melting clock, yep. American Gothic…well, no but there’s always an exception. And, what do you know, here are a bunch of others. Starry Night, Birth of Venus, Sunday Afternoon on the Island…. (Seurrat), Ok, that girl with the pearl earring does not have any water in it (but her headband’s blue!!)

And famous artists: Klimt? Well, really I have no idea. (Ditto, Picasso, Jackson Pollack) Those ballerinas? Da Vinci’s Last Supper—you betcha (gotta look closely)

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