You are invited to attend a free workshop that will teach shoreline residents how to preserve and replant shorelines to stabilize slopes, protect Puget Sound, and provide wildlife habitat. It will be held on Thursday December 3rd, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Griffin Fire Hall, 3707 Steamboat Loop NW, Olympia.
Topics will include how to create a beautiful landscape that protects the shoreline and requires little maintenance once established, what you can do on your own and when to call in the experts, how to have a view and trees, too, and other shoreline stewardship tips.
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Bring your questions and take home answers along with reference materials for later use. Though the workshop is free, advanced registration is requested to ensure materials and space for everyone. Call 360-427-9670 ext. 680 to register or for more information. You may also register by email firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop was made possible and funded by the WA State Department of Ecology, Environmental Protection Agency, People for Puget Sound, Mason County, and the Mason County Extension (Washington State University). The Country Living Workshops project has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under assistance agreement WS-96073501 to the Squaxin Island Tribe.