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  • Backyard Habitat-Fall Edition

    It is all about the birds and bees…and butterflies. Come learn about how to attract more pollinators and songbirds to your backyards by making some simple changes and additions. We will specifically be focusing on the fall and winter season for your efforts. We will also discuss various species of pollinators and what perennial plants will have them buzzing to your backyards next spring. Prior to the class, participants will receive a PDF version of the PowerPoint as well as a Zoom link for this class. At the end of the Zoom class, there will be time for questions. Further information will be mailed to you after the class.
  • Composts & Mulches

    Composts and mulches are nature’s way of recycling; keeps waste out of landfills, and it fertilizes without chemicals. It’s a great way to turn wood chips, vegetable and yard trimmings into a dark, crumbly fertile soil. Make your garden happy and help the environment. Learn how to use a variety of composts and the various mulches out there for all your planting and landscaping needs whether you make them yourself or buy them off the shelf. The pros, the cons, and everything in between. Participants will receive an informational folder full of great publications, and several door prizes will be given away from local plant specialists. Prior to the class, participants will receive a PDF version of the PowerPoint as well as a Zoom link for this class. At the end of the Zoom class, there will be time for questions. Further information will be mailed to you after the class.
  • Septic System Care

    How does your individual septic system really work? How can you as a homeowner care for and protect your investment to maximize the life of the system? What should you be doing to get ready for the cold months ahead of us? There are many simple things you can do to extend the life of your septic system while at the same time maximizing efficiency, reducing expensive repairs, and protecting water quality. Prior to the class, participants will receive a PDF version of the PowerPoint as well as a Zoom link for this class. At the end of the Zoom class, there will be time for questions. Further information will be mailed to you after the class.