“Naturescaping for Water & Wildlife” will be offered by Stream Team and WSU’s Native Plant Salvage Project on Thursday, January 29, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in Yelm. The workshop will teach 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 in creating more attractive and sustainable landscapes.
The workshop is free, but advanced registration is required. To register or for more information, please email email@example.com or call 360-754-3588 ext. 109.
The Stream Team mission is to protect and enhance the water resources, associated habitats, and wildlife through Thurston County citizen education and action. Stream Team is funded by Storm and Surface Water Utility revenues.
Another resource for landscaping with local plants is the Native Plant Salvage Foundation at http://www.nativeplantsalvage.org/ and the Washington Native Plant Society at http://www.wnps.org/