RAIN GARDEN PROGRAM NEW! Rain gardens are one way to trap rain and allow it to be absorbed by plants and slowly return it to the ground. Too much of our precious water is currently being swept away in the storm sewer system, and flushed into our rivers, carrying with it dirt and pollutants. Adding a rain garden to your yard will also help beautify your landscape and helps turn low, wet areas into functioning gardens. The plantings will create great habitat for birds and butterflies too! In this program, you will learn about rain gardens, how to create one in your yard, and how The Conservation Foundation staff can help you with your yard problems! All attendees will receive a native plant guide.
* If in-person programming is suspended, this program will meet virtually. Participants will be contracted by staff to identify the platform and procedures to continue virtually.
Art South at Founders Community Center