Time: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Mt. Hood Community College – Room GE201
Address: 26000 SE Stark, Gresham, 97030
Learn to Naturescape! Naturescaping is the practice of designing (or redesigning) your landscape so that it reduces water use and decreases stormwater runoff while saving you time, money and energy. This introductory workshop introduces the core concepts of naturescaping, and also explores:
- pollution prevention through the reduction/elimination of chemical use
- how native plants naturally resist pests & tolerate drought conditions while attracting native birds, butterflies and other beneficial pollinators to your garden
- basic site planning principals, and many other great natural gardening & design tips
Even if you decide to enlist the help of a contractor, you’ll have the framework to make decisions and effectively communicate the vision you have for your yard. Class will visit a nearby naturescaped project to see design principles in action. You’ll receive a comprehensive workbook to help you get started.
ADA parking and seating will be available. The restrooms at this location, however, are a short walk from the classroom. Individuals requiring accommodations due to disability should contact Accessible Education (503)491-6923 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please call at least two weeks prior to the event to ensure availability.
This event is currently full, but you may:
- Register for another workshop that has seats available, OR
- Fill out the form below to get on the wait list. If a space becomes available we will process your registration and contact you right away.
Category: Naturescaping & Site Planning