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Growing a Habitat Garden (212-2030)

Sat, Jun 26, 9:30am--12:30pm

Learn the best ways to create habitat in your home garden. Topics include:

  • Importance of soil health
  • Choosing the plants guaranteed to attract a wide variety of birds, butterflies, bees and other beneficial insects
  • Irrigation techniques
  • Seasonal maintenance tips

You will be provided with a comprehensive resource packet. With Patrice Hanlon, Garden Manager of the Gardens at Heather Farm in Walnut Creek and Garden Consultant Susan Handjian, former Water Conservation Representative for East Bay Municipal Utility District.

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Instructors Patrice Hanlon
Susan Handjian
Fees MEMBERSHIP INFO members $35.00; nonmembers $40.00 
Notes Sat, Jun 26, 9:30am--12:30pm  
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