Gardening for Wildlife: Naturescaping Fundamentals
Registration is now open for the Gardening for Wildlife Workshop! This year’s workshop will be held on Saturday, March 4th in Beavercreek, OR. Participants will learn how to create wildlife-friendly spaces in their own yard or community area by incorporating native plants and wildlife habitat components.
In-person attendance is limited. Register now to reserve your spot!
The workshop will cover:
- Plant identification — How to identify native plants of the Pacific Northwest
- Landscape design — Tips for designing a healthy and low-maintenance yard.
- Local certification programs — How to get recognized for your commitment to sustainable gardening practices.
Workshop is Offered at No Cost, but Registration is Required!
- WHEN: Saturday, March 4 – Naturescaping Basics, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Get an overview of naturescaping design techniques. View examples of gardens designed with native plants. Learn how to map your own yard.
- WHERE: Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District 22055 S. Beavercreek Rd., Beavercreek, OR 97004
- ATTENDING VIRTUALLY?: The link for the virtual workshop will be sent to attendees two days in advance of the workshop.
This workshop series is made possible through a partnership with Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District, Clackamas River Basin Council, National Wildlife Federation, and Backyard Habitat Certification Program.