Nationally known author and landscape architect Carolyn Summers will share her insights on this topic, and then will be joined by local experts for an in-depth panel discussion. Each of us living in the region surrounding our reservoirs can play an important role in helping our watershed to function well, so that flooding and water pollution are reduced and pollinators and other wildlife can thrive. During this program residents will have an opportunity to learn how their yards and gardens can be made not only attractive, but beneficial to the environment. Program is intended for adults.
The program is sponsored by Bergen SWAN, the Nature Program Cooperative, PSE&G, the Bergen-Passaic Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Jersey, and United Water New Jersey.
Cost is $10 per participant, and pre-registration is required. Payment can be made online, or by check payable to Bergen SWAN, mailed to P.O. Box 217, Westwood, NJ 07675, and posted by no later than April 6, 2015.
For more information or to register for the program, please email Bergen SWAN, subject Watershed Landscaping Talk, or call 201-666-1877.