Jan 01 1970
Landscape for Life: The Role of Water in Sustainable Landscapes
January 01, 1970 • Reynolda Gardens Education Wing
Clean water shortages are quickly becoming one of the most urgent challenges facing humanity. Americans apply more than seven billion gallons of water a day outdoors and stormwater runoff from gardens and lawns is a major source of water pollution. Residential properties can be part of the solution. Part of the Landscape for Life series of workshops which aims at showing participants how to work with nature in their own home gardens.
Class repeated at 6:30 p.m.
Amanda Lanier, Curator of Education
$5 general admission/Free for WFU faculty, staff, students, and Friends of Reynolda Gardens. No registration.
Location: Reynolda Gardens Education Wing