[fosc] Bay-Friendly Garden Tour Seeks Host Gardeners
lgrodeska at stopwaste.org
Thu Jul 6 09:53:44 PDT 2006
Bay-Friendly Garden Tour Seeks Host Gardeners
Does the natural beauty in your garden come from being in harmony with
the East Bay soil and climates? Is your soil healthy from compost and
mulching? Do native plants help to provide habitat for local wildlife?
Then why not share your success with others?
The Bay-Friendly Gardening Program is looking for gardens located in
Alameda County to feature on the 4th annual Bay-Friendly Garden Tour on
April 29, 2007. Plant enthusiasts, wildlife gardeners, urban food
growers, and other natural gardeners are encouraged to apply.
Bay-Friendly gardeners embrace practices that build healthy soil,
protect local watersheds, create wildlife habitat and conserve water. If
you are interested in sharing your Bay-Friendly garden please complete
an application by August 1, 2006. Host gardeners receive a t-shirt, tote
bag, Bay-Friendly Garden registration sign, compost bin, Bay-Friendly
Gardening Guide, and other garden gifts in exchange for their
Apply on-line at www.BayFriendly.org or call 510-444-SOIL to receive an
application. For more information contact Jeanne Nader at
jnader at stopwaste.org or 510-614-1699. Sponsored by StopWaste.Org.
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