Corpus Christi Water (CCW) is hosting a Xeriscape Symposium on February 3 at the American Bank Center. The event will focus on creating drought-resistant landscapes and will feature presentations from experts including Nueces County Master Gardeners and a meteorologist from the National Weather Service. The conference, with the theme “30 Years of Xeriscape,” aims to promote the use of drought-resistant plants in landscaping. Mayor Paulette Guajardo and CCW’s Chief Operating Officer, Drew Molly, P.E., will welcome participants, and Bill Alexander from KRIS-TV will serve as the master of ceremonies. The event, which began in 1994, is part of the city’s efforts to educate the public on Xeriscape gardening as a way to save water while maintaining attractive landscapes. The conference is free and will include a light breakfast. To register, visit bit.ly/3Hvkxb7. For more information, contact Strategic Business Manager Adrianna Escamilla at 361-826-1682 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Corpus Christi Water has been the water supplier for the region for 130 years, serving 500,000 residents with a commitment to providing affordable, drought-proof, sustainable, and reliable water.