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Fire-wise and Resilient Landscapes Workshop


Saturday May 16th 2020 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Zoom Meeting ID: 940 1369 3940

Password: 590411

RSVP at ucanr.edu/glenellen

Learn how to create and maintain a fire-wise, sustainable garden that supports biodiversity while meeting County code requirements. We can help you with plant selection, placement and maintenance, to preserve and even add to wildlife habitat, while keeping your property and neighborhood fire-wise and sustainable.

In this two-hour workshop with plenty of time for questions we will offer:

Recommendations for fire-wise landscaping in the 0-5', 5-30' and 30-100' defensible space zones, with specific plant and design suggestions

Practical ways to reconcile sometimes conflicting guidelines, so you can have a biodiverse, energy-saving, water- and fire-wise landscape

A practical understanding of what it means to be sustainable in an ever-changing California climate

Resources for how to move forward with your landscape and community Workshop creators and presenters include:

Mimi Enright: Program Manager, UC Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County

April Owens: Executive Director of the Habitat Corridor Project; Horticulture Chairperson, California Native Plant Society - Milo Baker Chapter

Ellie Insley: Landscape Architect, Natural Habitat Restoration Specialist, Board of Directors 6Sonoma Ecology Center


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