Learn How to Bring Nature into Your Yard!

Jason Faucera photo credit

Hummingbird enjoying local garden photo by Jason Faucera

If you long for a beautiful yard that is filled with song birds and the buzzing of native pollinators, but are discouraged by high water bills and hours of maintenance, we have something to make you smile! Reserve your spot for the Naturescaping workshop series sponsored by Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District and presented by East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District.

Learn how to create a low-maintenance landscape that conserves water, prevents pollution, and saves you time and money! Explore how native plants can make your outdoor space a vibrant, healthy place for people, pets, and wildlife. You’ll dig up fresh ideas, tips, and resources to bring back to your yard.

Once you have a head full of great ideas, attend the site planning workshop that will walk you through how to prepare a site plan for your landscape or garden project. Step-by-step you will learn how to evaluate and map your property, as well as assess your garden style. Then we will show you ways to mix naturescaping practices into your new plan.

Both workshop will run from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Lake Road Fire Station #4 located at 66000 SE Lake Rd., Milwaukie, OR.

Register early as seating is limited to 25 people per workshop! You must register for each workshop separately!

Register online for Naturescaping Basic workshop on September 27, 2014 or call 503-222-7645 for more information.

Register online for the Site Planning workshop on October 18, 2014 or call 503-222-7645 for more information.

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