Come learn about how to save time, money, and energy on maintaining your yard while protecting water quality and enhancing fish and wildlife habitat. Learn about planting the ‘right plant’ in the ‘right place,’ controlling invasive species, reducing chemical use, building healthy soil and more.
Light refreshments will be provided and participants may enter a drawing to win a flame weeder or a day of invasive blackberry or English ivy removal performed by a McKenzie Watershed Council contractor.
RSVPs are appreciated in order to plan for appropriate quantities of workshop materials, but are not required. Contact Nancy at 541-685-7438.
WHEN: Saturday, March 7th, 9:30am-12:30pm
WHERE: Walterville Grange, 39259 Camp Creek Rd
Hosted by: Eugene Water & Electric Board, McKenzie Watershed Council, the Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides, and the Upper Willamette Soil & Water Conservation District.