Partner Event: Sustainable Landscaping Workshop
Want to learn how you can make your yard more environmentally friendly and attract birds and butterflies? Join Piedmont Environmental Council for the 3rd annual Sustainable Landscaping Workshop in Fauquier.
Experts from Fauquier Master Gardeners, Virginia Department of Forestry, Prince William Conservation Alliance, and Hill House Farm and Native Plant Nursery will share information about yard care practices, suburban tree care and maintenance, use of native plants, and other landscaping practices that benefit wildlife and the environment.
The presentations will be followed by a native plant sale put on by Hill House Farm and Native Plant Nursery.
Discover the benefits of changing the way your care for your property – for both you and the surrounding environment!
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