Spaces available in Diggin' Shoreline workshop Sept 27

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Wildlife Habitat Gardening, Re-thinking the Fall Cleanup

Many of the tasks we include in our annual list of fall cleanup of the garden provide important food and shelter for wildlife. Shifting the fall cleanup to a spring cleaning can make all the difference. Learn which plants and how to do this with Jennifer Rotermund of Gaiaceous Gardens Urban Farm!

Register online or call 206-440-5730. Class fee is $15 ($10 for members).  

Diggin’ Shoreline is an all-volunteer, 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. Annual memberships of $10 (individuals) and $20 (households) help support their mission to create opportunities for gardening in community. Your donations help make free community gatherings such as these possible. Members also enjoy discounts on classes. Join or renew online, complete the online application form and pay fee via PayPal. Your donation is tax-deductible.


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