• Designing with Native Plants: For Urban and Rural Landowners

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    Name: Designing with Native Plants: For Urban and Rural Landowners
    Date: January 16, 2019
    Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM PST
    Event Description:



    Join us for a free, informational workshop covering native plant landscape design.  Topics will include information about different plant types and communities, benefits of landscaping with native plants, plant selection considerations, design concepts, where to source native plants, and more.  A hands-on design exercise will give participants an opportunity to gather feedback on planting ideas and layouts

    Special guest Melissa Elliott will discuss design concepts and lead a hands-on design exercise. Melissa holds a degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon and is a licensed landscape contractor in Oregon and Washington.  She has designed, built and maintained over 200 acres of organic, pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes in the Columbia River Gorge, Portland/Vancouver Metro area and on the Pacific Coast in her 25 year career. She is the owner of Melissa Bees, trade name of Melissa Elliott Landscape Design and Construction, L.L.C.

    All those interested in learning more about designing an urban or rural landscape with native plants are welcome to attend.  

    Location:
    White Salmon Valley Community Library
    77 NE Wauna Ave, Wgie Salmon, WA
    Date/Time Information:
    Wednesday, January 16th
    6-8 pm

    Register by calling Underwood Conservation District office at 509 493-1936 or go on line.
     ucdwa.org
    Contact Information:
    (509) 493-1936
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