Fall Community Education ZOOM Class – Living Fences – November 18

Natural fences constructed of shrubbery, tall flowers, and clumping grasses are attractive and environmentally friendly. These living fences add an eye-catching way to define your property boundaries, while also adding pollinator plants that serve as effective privacy screens. Good fences make for good neighbors… and good habitat! Participants will receive an informational folder full of great publications, and several door prizes will be given away from local plant specialists.
Check with your local community education programs to register or contact adam@srwdmn.org for more information.

Pledge to Keep our water
Drinkable, Fishable, Swimmable

Pledge and Play!

Take the pledge and download our Clean Water BINGO. Play to help keep our water clean.