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May 18 @ 7:00 pm
Scituate Town Library and the Scituate Garden Club presents DIG in!
A Series on Native Plantings, Pollinators, Eco-conscious Gardening and More
May 18, 2022, 7 p.m., Community Room
Want to stop having standing water in your yard? Live near a waterbody and want to reduce polluted runoff and recharge water supplies? Want to create bird and butterfly habitats? These are just some of the potential benefits of building a rain garden on your property! Learn how to build a rain garden that helps save our water and makes your property even more attractive to homebuyers and wildlife! Samantha Woods, of the North and South Rivers Watershed Association, will lead this hands-on interactive workshop where she will design a rain garden for the library! If you want to try to design one at the workshop bring a sketch of your property with dimensions if possible (she will also show you how to look up online) with septic leaching field and drinking water wells located on the sketch if applicable.
A free rain barrel will be givento one lucky attendee!
ABOUT SAMANTHA WOODS:
Samantha Woods has been the ExecutiveDirector of the North and South Rivers Watershed Association since 2002. She holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in coastal and marine science and an undergraduate degree in engineering. Samantha has worked in the environmental field protecting water for over 20 years. Prior to working for the NSRWA, Samantha worked for Horsley Witten Groupon Cape Cod and the National Marine Fisheries Service in Washington DC as an MIT Sea Grant Fellow.
Scituate Town Library
85 Branch Street
Scituate, MA 02066
This program is offered through federal funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.