Thinking ahead to a warmer time of year? What are your plans for river-friendly gardening and yard care?

Here’s a chance to learn everything you need to know about using basic conservation principles and practices to maintain your property (soil, water quality including rain gardens and rain barrels, native plants, septics, waste and composting, lawns and lawn care, trees and shrubs, invasives, integrated pest management, beneficial insects, wildlife, ponds, and more).

Rain water infiltration projects like this rain garden capture and help clean stormwater.

Four sessions for urban and suburban homeowners with five or less acres of land. Offered by the Washtenaw Conservation District.

Mondays, February 7, 14, 21, 28

At the MSU Extension Classroom,
705 N. Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor

$40 per person ($60 per couple)
Register by January 31

For more information call the Washtenaw County Conservation District at (734) 761-6721 x 5.

Small actions make a BIG difference!