Spring 2022 Workshops

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This year we partnered with the experts at Tilth Alliance again to offer Bothell residents a series of spring Natural Yard Care workshops. 2022's workshops are over, but you can still access the recorded versions, presentation slides, and related resources.

Beautify and Care for Your Streamside Landscape

April 13, 7 - 8:30 p.m.

More than 70% of our planet is covered by water, so it’s no surprise there are lots of streams in Bothell. If you live near one of them, join this class to learn how to create and care for a healthy streamside environment that protects natural resources. From soil to slopes to native plants, a number of components work together to create and enhance this unique environment in the Pacific Northwest.
 
Watch a video of the Beautify and Care for Your Streamside Landscape workshop and check out other resources from the class.

Streamside vegetation

A variety of streamside vegetation

Attract Wildlife to Your Streamside Property

April 20, 7 - 8:30 p.m.

Join this workshop to learn how to create an inviting streamside landscape that attracts and protects wildlife. Streamside landscapes in an urban environment are unique and require different management techniques than more terrestrial environments. You’ll also learn how to improve water quality by keeping pollution out of local streams and how to manage common pests and weeds without using chemicals. 

Watch a video of the Attract Wildlife to Your Streamside Property workshop and check out other resources from the class.

Northern flickers next to a stream

Two Northern flickers alongside a stream

Thanks for joining us!

We'd like to thank our partners at Tilth Alliance for making this year's program possible. While you're awaiting next year's workshops, learn more about Natural Yard Care.

Not Calendar with Plantsure what you should be doing in your yard during this time of year? Check out this seasonal yard maintenance calendar for tips on how to care for flower and vegetable gardens, trees, shrubs, and lawns throughout the year.

Ask a question

Contact The Garden Hotline, Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., to help answer your questions and give you recommendations for your yard and garden. Garden Hotline Logo Opens in new window

Website: https://gardenhotline.org

Email: help@gardenhotline.org

Phone: 206-633-0224

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    Surface Water Program Coordinator