The Conservation Garden Park is a 6-acre facility that teaches water conservation to visitors with a series of nearly 50 educational exhibits and nodes. These exhibits are set along a series of pathways in a garden planted entirely with water conserving plants adapted to the local climate. DPA, Inc. worked on all phases of the design process including master planning, exhibit design, interpretive design, landscape architecture, as well as produced all the working drawings as well as fabrication and installation supervision of all elements.

This garden is divided into six main topic areas. There are four "How-To" areas in which the exhibits focus on How To Design, Plant, Irrigate, and Maintain your garden. An additional area focuses on finished garden examples, "The Neighborhood Garden" and at the entry into the Gardens, at the Education Center, there are exhibits that focus on rain water capture as well as biofilter and bioswale exhibits.

Deneen Powell Atelier - 2305 El Cajon Blvd. San Diego. CA. 92104 - P 619.294.9042