Planting for Clean Water: Wonderful Wetlands Workshops (2019)
Learn how to add beauty to your yard with native plants and landscaping features that will protect your wetland and provide habitat for birds and pollinators.
During our “Wonderful Wetlands” workshops, we will talk about what makes wetlands special, unique plants and animals that are found in wetlands, invasive species, and rules that affect what landowners can and can’t do with wetlands on their properties.
Connect with resources to get started on a project at your home, including:
- Incentive grants for clean water planting projects
- Free site visits
- Garden designs and plant list
- Conservation plans for larger properties
Choose from one of the following dates and locations:
- Hugo City Hall (14669 Fitzgerald Ave N, Hugo) - Thursday, April 25th, 6-7:30pm
- Oakdale Discovery Center (4444 Hadley Ave N, Oakdale) - Thursday, May 23rd, 6-7:30pm
- Sally Manzara Nature Center (10000 Stillwater Ln N, Lake Elmo) - Thursday, June 6th, 6-7:30pm
Hosted by the East Metro Water Resource Education Program.
For more info, contact Angie Hong, 651-330-8220 x.35 or
Sign in to Google
to save your progress.
Which class will you be attending?
Hugo City Hall - Thursday, April 25th, 6-7:30pm
Oakdale Discovery Center - Thursday, May 23rd, 6-7:30pm (This class will include an outdoor hike)
Sally Manzara Nature Center – Lake Elmo - Thursday, June 6th, 6-7:30pm (This class will include an outdoor hike)
What are you most interested in learning about? (Check all that apply)
Plants that grow well in or near wetlands
Managing invasive species
Projects for larger properties
Learning more about wetlands in general
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google.
Terms of Service