Eco-Friendly Gardening at the Echo Lake Neighborhood Association Tuesday

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Shoreline rain garden
How we landscape our own yards ultimately affects the health of our local streams, lake, and even Puget Sound.

Lisa Haglund, King County Rain Garden Program Coordinator, will talk about where all that rainwater goes and what we, as residents, can do about it.

Then Judy Griesel, founding board member of Diggin' Shoreline, and Wildlife Habitat Steward, will share how you can make a difference by creating a simple garden that provides and preserves a much-needed habitat for a variety of birds and pollinators.

Join the Echo Lake Neighborhood Association (ELNA) for these garden-friendly topics at their March meeting, Tuesday, March 21, 2017, from 7-9pm at Shoreline City Hall, third floor, 17500 Midvale Ave N. Free parking in the City garage.

Coffee and cookies.


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