Creative Native Landscapes
This informal presentation will include a site tour and presentation of how Kim implemented her OSU Land Steward Management Plan in 2014. Topics will include noxious weed management, cultivation of native meadow flowers, and restoration of native shrubs in a riparian habitat. Kim’s vision is to put forth the least amount of energy in the implementation phase of landscaping and to rarely contribute human intervention, once the native landscape is established!
A large swath of Madia elegans, a late flowering native plant for pollinators, should be on display for our enjoyment.
Kim Chignell is an OSU Land Steward and a Jackson County resident living on her 5 acres since 2013. She has a special interest in enhancing and managing native landscapes for birds, butterflies, and pollinators.
507 Grandview Drive
Ashland, OR 97520