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Naturescaping Workshops - learn to provide wildlife habitat & save water! FREE

Check out our upcoming workshops! Naturescaping Basics will get you started, then you can attend Site Planning to refine your skills. Spaces are limited, please register soon – thanks!

Naturescaping Basics

Naturescaping is the practice of designing (or redesigning) a landscape so that it reduces water use, stormwater runoff, and pollution without sacrificing splendor. Plus, it saves you time, money, and energy – all while providing a beautiful habitat for birds, wildlife, and you. Naturescaping Basics is the first in our series and introduces attendees to their connection with the watershed, native plants of the PNW, pollution prevention, and other core concepts of naturescaping. This workshop is sponsored by Tualatin Basin Partners for Clean Water. Advanced registration is required.

Register online at www.emswcd.org/workshops-events

Date: Saturday, December 6


Site Planning

An extension of Naturescaping Basics, this workshop gives participants experience with the steps involved in planning a landscape or project. You will learn how to map your property, assess your garden style and needs, do some garden dreaming, and work on a group design scenario. Participants must have attended the Naturescaping Basics Workshop first. Advanced registration is required.

Register online at www.emswcd.org/workshops-events.


Date: Saturday, December 13

Time: 9am-1pm

Location: East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District