Spring Community Education Zoom Class – Living Fencelines – April 13

Natural fences constructed of shrubbery, tall flowers, and clumping grasses are attractive and environmentally friendly to make your yard’s boundaries natural yet defined. These living fences add an eye-catching way to define your property and provide effective privacy screens while adding some pollinator plants. Good fences make for good neighbors and good habitat! You’ll receive informative reference materials and a chance to win a variety of door prizes from area nurseries.

The class is from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. with some time after for questions and chatting. Check out your local community education program for more information and registration. Any questions can also be sent to adam@srwdmn.org.


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