Landscape for Life
Landscape for Life shows you how to work with nature in your garden, whether you garden on a city suburban lot, a 20-acre farm, or the common area of your condominium. It's possible to create a great-looking garden that's healthier for you, your family, your pets, and the environment - and that saves you time and money.
Landscape for Life is a new national program from the United States Botanic Garden to teach sustainable landscaping for homeowners. Sustainability concepts are discussed for soil, water, native plants and construction materials. Students will learn how to produce a base map and site assessment for their own property, and apply sustainable concepts to their landscape. One session will explore the York County Pleasant Acres Annex MAEscapes gardens. Instructor Mark Kline is a Registered Landscape Architect, specializing in sustainable design.
Co-Sponsored by: Penn State Extension, York County Conservation District and MAEscapes
Location - Pleasant Acres Complex, 112 Pleasant Acres Rd, York PA 17402
Instructor - Mary C. Kline, RLA
6 sessions - Wednesdays, April 16 - May 21, 6:30 to 8:30pm
Registration form above.