Gardening with Native Plants

2/25/23, 10:30am - 12:30pm

Saturday, February 25, 10:30am-12:30pm. Limited to 20 per class, preregistration required. The class is held partially outside, so dress for the weather. There are incredible plants native to Washington that can add beauty and function to your garden. In partnership with the Whatcom Conservation District (WCD), come learn about the benefits of native gardens, site preparation techniques, picking the right plant for the right place, and community programs and resources. WCD staff will be available to answer your questions about their work to protect working lands and resilient natural habitats for current and future generations. Register for workshop

  • Please note, this workshop will take place mostly outside of the classroom environment for up to 2 hours and involves walking 45 minutes or more and standing on uneven and unpaved ground. If you would like us to provide seating for you during this time outside, please let us know at least 24 hours in advance of the workshop. Wheelchairs, walkers, and other mobility aids are welcome but in some areas may be difficult (unpaved or grassy areas). Please get in touch with us directly if you have concerns or questions about your aid on the unpaved and uneven ground. Email us or call 360-966-5859
  • The slide presentation portion of this workshop will be recorded for educational purposes. Participants will be asked to sign a video release form on arrival. 
  • By attending this workshop you are agreeing to our Events Code of Conduct.
  • Workshop refunds: refunds will be offered for cancelled classes, refunds are not issued for no-shows. If you’ve registered for a class and cannot make it to the class, call us at least 3 days in advance to arrange a credit or refund.
Gardening with Native Plants

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This