Tree People and Dig: the Campus Garden Coalition at UCLA present:
Landscape Transformation Workshop
Soil Health & Water Conservation in Los Angeles
Saturday, April 30th
Sunset Canyon Recreation Center, Mesa Room A
Potlock-style picnic to follow.
Tree People and DIG have joined forces to offer a hands-on landscape transformation workshop. This workshop - designed around soil health and water conservation in Los Angeles - is free. Hosted at the DIG student garden site, our workshop will explore all aspects of creating a healthy Los Angeles landscape. We will focus on simple strategies for soil and water management, and provide hands-on learning experiences. Soil management topics such as: erosion control, soil structure, improving degraded soils, and soil nutrition, will be covered. Water management topics will include: storm water capture, efficient irrigation practices, and making the most of the rainy season. Workshops are designed for all skill levels, from seasoned growers to greenhorns. Each workshop is open to a maximum of 30 people on a first come first served basis. Workshops run from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 pm and will be followed by a picnic in the garden. Come ready to work the land! RSVP below!
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