Conservation@Home

Conservation at Home

Join us at the library on Earth Day (Tuesday, April 22) at 7:00 p.m. as Denise Sandoval from The Conservation Foundation talks about how to make your yard a more environmentally friendly place.

The “typical” landscape can easily improve water resource practices, wildlife habitat and land stewardship. The benefits of improving the environment are many including reducing your water use, infiltrating more run-off, creating more area for birds and butterflies, reducing chemical use, less lawn mowing, and controlling invasive species.

This education program will cover a variety of techniques for transforming your landscape, including the use of Rain Barrels, Rain Gardens, and the selection and the use of native plants.

The program is free and registration is not required.

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