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Put rainwater to good use by creating a rain garden! Rain Gardens are designed to capture runoff and reduce polluted runoff using natural filtration processes. They can add color to the landscape using native and perennial plants, grasses and flowers and provide habitat for various types of wildlife.
Join us on March 10 at noon to learn from Colorado State University Master Gardeners how to establish a Rain Garden in your landscape!
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As Colorado grows hotter and drier, fires are becoming bigger and more frequent. Even if you don’t live in a forest, fires can affect you. This class will cover how wise choices about landscaping, including hardscaping, can make houses much more resilient in the face of fire. Firewise landscapes can be beautiful and provide habitat as well.
Join us on April 8th at 6 pm to learn from Colorado State University Master Gardeners how to establish a Rain Garden in your landscape!
The average home landscape uses as much as 50 percent of the water in a household. Water-wise plants and landscape can help you save water, money on utilities and you can still have a beautiful garden. This session will cover the basics of water-wise gardening and review ways to retrofit your current landscape
Join us on April 28th at 6 pm to learn from Colorado State University Master Gardeners how to establish a Rain Garden in your landscape!