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BACKYARD CONSERVATION DESIGN WITH NATIVE PLANTS BASIC TRAINING SIGN UP

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Designing With Natives is a program of Keystone Conservation Trust, a 501(C)(3) non profit organization. All money collected from these materials goes to support conservation projects, community native gardens, grants, awards and innovative community conservation projects.

BACKYARD CONSERVATION DESIGN WITH NATIVE PLANTS BASIC TRAINING SIGN UP

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BACKYARD CONSERVATION DESIGN WITH NATIVE PLANTS BASIC TRAINING SIGN UP

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Backyard conservation design is an environmentally-sensitive, low impact and restorative approach to backyard and open space design using native plants. John Rogers, the author of Designing With Natives will show you how to create great habitat, save money, limit runoff, create beautiful curb appeal and a beautiful back yard. The workshop will help you design your own yard. It contains steps, charts of bloom time and plant tolerances, as well as stewardship ideas. The six-hour basic course is available on several dates in March, April and May, 2016. Each person receives a Designing With Natives CD.

“In Designing With Natives, John Rogers has compiled the most comprehensive guide to sustainable landscaping I have seen to date. He could just as easily have called it Managing Water with Natives, Sequestering Carbon with Natives, Conserving Biodiversity with Natives, or Saving Energy with Natives, since his new book discusses all of these ecosystem services and more. Even a quick read will convince you that our properties and neighborhoods are more than just places to live. They provide ideal opportunities to encourage the essential earth functions that support us. Designing With Natives will be a useful and timely reference for years to come.” Doug Tallamy

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust, 2955 Edge Hill Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006

Co-sponsored by Wyncote Audubon Society


9:30am-2:30pm

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