photo by Bob Rost

Sustainable Landscape Seminar - October

996 Jefferson Street
Eugene, OR 97402
United States

Oct 23 - Oct 24, 2019


Contact for questions and requests for accessibility-related accomodations
Nicole Wells

October 23-24 ~ 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Certification Topics:

  • Water Efficiently
  • Mulch and Compost
  • Gardening for Wildlife
  • Stream Side Gardening
  • Yard Pest Control
  • Right Plant-Right Place
  • Lawn Care
  • Storm Water Alternatives
  • Edible Landscaping/Vegetables

Sustainable Landscape seminars provides the public with practical information to create sustainable/green/ecological landscapes. Participants will learn to utilize landscape practices that can be applied to their own yards, and will benefit by improving their soil biology and reducing erosion. They will save money by using fewer pesticides and less fertilizer and improving the quality and quantity of groundwater. Some outcomes to expect include lowering power, water and waste bills due to more efficient use of resources, and reducing the flow of organic matter into the landfill.

Upon completion of the course, participants will complete a self-evaluation of their yards. If requested, a follow-up on-site evaluation within a few months or so may be done to see what improvements have been implemented. With an evaluation score of over 40 points the participants will earn a placard to display in their yard showing that their yard has been certified by OSU Extension Service as a Sustainable Landscape.

OSU Extension Service in Lane County has received a grant from EWEB to promote this program.

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