Video: Sustainable Landscaping Workshop June 13, 2013
In this video excerpt, experts from Blandy, Lord Fairfax Soil and Water Conservation District and Master Naturalists shared information about sustainable landscaping and yard care practices, garden ecology and backyard habitat creation—with an emphasis on Monarch butterflies. Discover how and why you can benefit by changing the way you care for your property and how that can help the local environment as we work to clean up Spout Run in Clarke County.
This program was completely free of charge and brought to you by the Piedmont Environmental Council in cooperation with Clarke County, C Spout Run partners, and a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
Please contact Gem Bingol at (703) 431-6941 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information about the program.
Follow the Spout Run website for news of continuing programs being offered in the watershed.
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