These workshops are coming up quickly! If you want to build your own rain barrel, please register and prepay by Friday April 25 at noon.
Camano Island residents ~ are you interested in native plants for wildlife, rain barrels, or less toxic lawn and garden products for children and pets? Would you like to save money on water bills and save time on yard maintenance? If so, join us at our upcoming workshop to learn how to create a sustainable, easy to care for yard that is aesthetically beautiful, and you can build a rain barrel to take home!
Attendees are welcome to join for either session, or both, at the Saturday, April 26, event. Both events take place at the Camaloch Golf Course Chalet, an A-frame which is located at the corner of McElroy Drive and Camaloch Drive.
Session 1: Sustainable Landscaping | 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Learn easy steps to take that will save time and money on your yard work naturally, and sustainably.
Session 2: Build your own Rain Barrel | 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m Join experienced staff as they lead you through an easy to understand, hands-on, build-your-own rain barrel workshop. No experience is necessary. All tools will be provided. Attendees are welcome to bring guests who can help assemble the rain barrel; only one person from each party has to register. Registration limit- 1 ticket per person. The $25 registration fee will help cover the costs of the rain barrel materials.
For more information please contact: Kate Riley | 425-377-7004
When & Where
Chalet at Camaloch Golf Course
At the corner of McElroy Drive and Camaloch Drive
From East Camano Drive, take McElroy Drive between Whidbey Island Bank and the Camano Plaza Texaco
Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10:30 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)
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Snohomish Conservation District
Snohomish Conservation District helps residents conserve and protect natural resources through education, technical assistance, and incentives to ensure a healthy environment and clean water. We are a political subdivision of state government with no regulatory authority. We have been working with farmers, city residents, rural and sub-urban landowners on a voluntary basis since 1941. SCD boundaries include most of Snohomish County and all of Camano Island.