Is your yard begging for change but you just don’t know what to do? Does your green space lack depth or color? When you look out your window is the view visually unappealing?
Saturday, April 11th from 9:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at the LATI Student Center
You don’t need a little green pill: join the discussion with water management around your home, choosing, planting and caring for vegetation, shrubs and bushes, especially in wet areas of your yard.
TOPICS will include: Water management around the home and what can be done in your yard, while involving your kids in the natural environment (Think Monarch butterflies and frogs!).
Choosing, planting and caring for vegetation, shrubs and bushes, especially in wet areas
Bring questions about your specific neighborhood.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Marinus Otte, Professor, ND State University Biological Sciences, and Wetlands Editor-in-Chief
Jon Wendel, SD Dept of Agriculture/Resource Conservation and Forestry, Watertown, SD