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Tuesday, March 22, 2011
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Low-Maintenance, Low-Impact Landscaping Trends for Homeowners

Simple and attractive alternatives for your ?homescape? ? your lawn and other landscaping. Become a steward of our precious resources and contribute to a healthier watershed ? starting in your own yard!

  • Ecological benefits of alternative landscapes ? Victoria Mills, Doan Brook Watershed Partnership
  • Homeowners? personal experience installing alternative landscape ? Kyle & Kevin Dreyfuss-Wells
  • Native Plants - the how and why ? Garrett Ormiston, Cleveland Museum of Natural History
  • Permaculture - designing with nature for sustainability ? plus, a practical look at composting ? Jonathan Hull & associates
6:00 Registration, Light Supper & Networking6:30 Welcome, Presentations & Breakout Sessions8:30 Closing Remarks & EvaluationFree and open to the public.Detailed program information available soon at www.friendsofbigcreek.org.RSVP requested by March 16. Please Register by email to bcnaturalists@gmail.com or by calling Gloria Ferris at 216-351-0254.Exhibit and sponsorship inquiries welcome.Event partners/sponsorsFriends of Big Creek | Brooklyn Centre Naturalists | Northeast Ohio Watershed Council | Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer DistrictSimple and attractive alternatives for your ?homescape? ? your lawn and other landscaping. Become a steward of our precious resources and contribute to a healthier watershed ? starting in your own yard!
  • Ecological benefits of alternative landscapes ? Victoria Mills, Doan Brook Watershed Partnership
  • Homeowners? personal experience installing alternative landscape ? Kyle & Kevin Dreyfuss-Wells
  • Native Plants - the how and why ? Garrett Ormiston, Cleveland Museum of Natural History
  • Permaculture - designing with nature for sustainability ? plus, a practical look at composting ? Jonathan Hull & associates
6:00 Registration, Light Supper & Networking6:30 Welcome, Presentations & Breakout Sessions8:30 Closing Remarks & EvaluationFree and open to the public.Detailed program information available soon at www.friendsofbigcreek.org.RSVP requested by March 16. Please Register by email to bcnaturalists@gmail.com or by calling Gloria Ferris at 216-351-0254.Exhibit and sponsorship inquiries welcome.Event partners/sponsorsFriends of Big Creek | Brooklyn Centre Naturalists | Northeast Ohio Watershed Council | Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

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