$15 workshops: creating resilient yards in the face of changing weather patterns
Unseasonably warm weather, long droughts and flooding rains are the new normal for spring and summer in Minnesota. Learn how your yard can adapt to and even help mitigate threats posed by these extreme weather events. Space is limited.
- An overview of Minnesota’s changing weather patterns and ways to minimize their impact in your yard by using alternative turf, rain gardens and other resilient-yard practices.
- One-on-one design assistance from Metro Blooms and Blue Thumb landscape designers and U of M Extension Master Gardeners from Hennepin County.
April 18 St. Mary’s Greek Orthodox Church
April 27 Audubon Park
May 9 Redeemer Lutheran Church (free)
May 13 North Regional Library (free)
June 10 Lake Nokomis
Sponsored by the City of Minneapolis as part of its focus on the well-being of people and our environment.
For more information and to register, go to metroblooms.org or call 651-699-2426.
Published Mar 3, 2017