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June 25, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join NSRWA, WaterSmartSouthShore, and Wild Ones for a luncheon Zoom meeting on How to Build a Rain Garden.

Want to stop having standing water in your yard? Live near a waterbody and want to reduce polluted runoff? Want to create bird and butterfly habitat? These are just some of the potential benefits of building a rain garden on your property! Join us for a Zoom webinar on Thursday, June 25th at 12:00 noon to learn how to build a rain garden that helps save our water, uses native plants, and makes your property even more attractive to homebuyers and wildlife.

Samantha Woods, Executive Director of the NSRWA will take you on a tour of some local rain gardens to visit on the South Shore, and Environmental Educator Brian Taylor will provide instructions on how to build them.

Britt Drews, Co-president of Mass Wild Ones – South Shore chapter will share her knowledge of the right plants for your rain garden, the advantages of using native plants, the benefits to wildlife, and where to source your native plants.

Virtual event is FREE with registration. Click here to register.

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June 25, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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North and South Rivers Watershed Association
Mass Wild Ones – South Shore chapter
WaterSmart South Shore