April 24 – May 10
Mondays and Wednesdays 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Meets at WSU Extension: 1000 North Forest St., Bellingham
Class size is limited. Pre-registration is required: firstname.lastname@example.org 360-671-3891
Landscapes are considered sustainable if they reduce water demand, filter and reduce storm water runoff, provide wildlife habitat, and increase outdoor recreation. Sustainable Sites Initiative Gardening Green provides practical information and simple yet powerful actions to
protect the environment. This is a relaxed, fun class that incorporates presentations,
demonstrations, hands-on experiences, and tours of sustainable landscapes.
Participants can have an on-site consultation to help plan their sustainable changes.
Topics include: Water Wise Landscaping, Healthy Soil, Sustainable Design, Pick Great
Plants, Maintenance Strategies, Rainwater Harvesting and Wildlife Habitat.
Participants are asked to pay for this FREE class with outreach to friends and neighbors
about sustainable landscaping for environmental and human health.