University of Maryland Extension

JRSC - Charles County Rain Barrel Workshop - April 18, 2020

Saturday, Apr. 18, 2020 - 12:30am to 1:30pm
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The James E. Richmond Science Center
5305 Piney Church Road
Waldorf, MD 20602
United States
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The James E. Richmond Science Center, Charles County Government and University of Maryland Extension Program are pleased to offer a workshop on the practical uses for rain barrels and how they reduce the impact of runoff on our local waterways and Chesapeake Bay.

    DATE:        Saturday, April 18, 2020
    TIME:        12:30pm
    PLACE:      25305 Piney Church Road, Waldorf, MD 20602

Participants will have the opportunity to purchase a pre-assembled rain barrel and learn the technique for later installation at home to become eligible for a tax deduction.  Workshops are approximately 45 minutes in length.  Pre-registration Required - Space Limited

To register online and pay via credit card (**additional service fees apply to credit card transactions) choose the appropriate workshop time.

Deadline to Register:  April 15, 2020

To register via mail and pay with a check for all workshops times go HERE.  Checks must be received by April 14th.


*Charles County Department of Public Works is providing a discount to county residents for participating in this program. You must be present at a workshop to receive the discount.

*If  you would like to order more than one rain barrel please indicate that on the form and adjust payment accordingly. 

*You must register in advance to guarantee rain barrel availability on the day of the workshop. 

*Your property is eligible for a tax credit for installing 2 rain barrels.

* Rain Barrels are 55-gallons in size and may be white or tan in color.

For more information contact Jackie Takacs, 240-393-6508.

Workshop is Free; Rain Barrels are $30/Charles County residents and $65 for non-residents. Optional accessories available for additional cost.
Jackie Takacs
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