Are you and your garden ready for the looming drought and fire season? What are some techniques for turning your yard into a low-water use sanctuary for people, plants, and animals? Garden Conversations with Daily Acts, CNPS Milo Baker, the Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation, and the Habitat Corridor Project is back for the spring to discuss all things garden related with a special emphasis on water saving techniques for this remarkably dry year. During this event, panelists will discuss some of their favorite plants, methods for landscape transformations and maintenance, rebate programs and much more!
This event will be a Zoom meeting where we will have the opportunity to turn on our cameras. This is a space for organic conversation about all things garden related. Please bring your experiences and curiosity to share, send us photos, ask questions and let’s all learn from each other during this Zoom gathering!
We are pleased to share this virtual education event for free. To help minimize the financial impact of COVID-19 on our programs, please consider a donation of $5-$15 at registration. Thank you for your continued support!