I find it surprising, in the nicest way, that the non-beach, unhip communities are being offered this information. I think I will go and check it out.
FREE Ocean Friendly Garden Workshop
Tuesday, October 19, 2010 - 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Did most of the recent rain water run off your landscaping and into the street instead of being retained by the soil to sustain your plants? We have a solution for that!
Come to a FREE Ocean Friendly Garden workshop presented by the West Basin Municipal Water District, South Bay Environmental Services Center, Surfrider Foundation, and (G3) The Green Gardens Group.
You will learn:
* How to identify what type of soil you have
* What is the best, most optimum soil
* What amendments you can add to get the best results from your soil
* How to turn your landscape into a sponge to capture and hold rain water
* What NOT to add to your garden
* much, much more!
Location: Lomita City Hall, 24300 Narbonne Ave., Lomita, CA 90717
The workshop starts at 6:00 pm, but please try to come early to sign-in.
Refreshments and snacks will be provided.
This event is FREE, and space is limited, so click to register today!
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