Sports and Outdoors

Monday, July 11, 2011

Webcast to feature landscaping

From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources:

What is a successful native plant landscape? Native plants are used for a number of reasons that can be quantitatively measured, like gallons of runoff reduced, number of species increased, hours saved on maintenance, and more. Despite this, native plantings fail every year because designs often fail to address human needs for space and simplicity,or physical needs like circulation and drainage. A successful native plant design begins long before a trowel hits the ground, and continues many years after establishment.

Join Mike Appel of Appel Environmental Design LLC and Lisa Brush of The Stewardship Network for a 1 p.m. webcast Wednesday to learn more.

Click here to view webcast
(Link will become live day of webcast)

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