It’s a little bit outside the Griffin neighborhood, but it’s free and it’s a naturescaping workshop. So, here are the details:
“Naturescaping for Water & Wildlife” will be offered by WSU’s Native Plant Salvage Project on Thursday, March 12, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the fire station in Boston Harbor. The workshop is co-sponsored by Thurston County Environmental Health & Stream Team, Thurston Conservation District, and People for Puget Sound.
Participants will learn design ideas to attract more birds, butterflies, amphibians, and beneficial insects to home landscapes while reducing maintenance headaches and protecting water resources. Other topics will include minimizing lawn, hardscaping ideas, and drought-tolerant plants. Participants will receive many free handouts to help them create more attractive and sustainable landscapes. Discover easy ideas to protect your family’s health, Puget Sound, and leave a legacy of clean water for future generations.
The workshop is free, but advanced registration is required. For directions and registration, contact 360-754-3588 ext. 109 or email@example.com.