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Smart Water Management for your Garden

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McAuliffe Park

10824 NE 116th Street

Kirkland, WA 98034

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Dry summers and wet winters bring Northwest gardeners seasonal challenges to keeping lawns and gardens healthy. Learn how to design and plant to take advantage of both extremes – from drought tolerant plants to rain gardens. We will explore plant choices, review best planting techniques and discuss water management techniques for both winter and summer. We will spend some time outdoors planting and investigating drip systems in the Seattle Tilth Learning Garden on site.

This class will have an outdoor, hands-on component. Tools and materials will be provided. Please dress for the weather and be ready to get your hands dirty!



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Take the Green Home Challenge

Join our community Green Home Challenge in April and we’ll email you manageable assignments one step at a time that will make your home simpler, healthier, and greener!

Come to Our Earth Fair

Celebrate Earth Month with us and ten other local organizations at our Earth Fair on April 26. You'll be able to buy discount LEDs, recycle fluorescent tubes, take home free waste-saving tools, and learn about other ways to green your life.

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This workshop is part of the City of Kirkland's bi-annual Sustainability Education Series. See our other Spring 2017 classes.

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Presented in partnership with Tilth Alliance.

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Kirkland, WA 98034

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