Hybrid Winter Workshop: Rain Garden Planning & Walk
RVSP info Below! Or click here to register on Zoom.
Are you interested in learning more about the soil on your property? Want to know more about soil science and green stormwater practices from a Vermont expert?
Join the Franklin County Stormwater Collaborative and Franklin County Natural Resources Conservation District on:
Thursday, March 23rd, at 6pm on Zoom or in-person to learn about how soil composition affects water quality and stormwater runoff in the Lake Champlain basin and how to implement do-it-yourself green stormwater practices, such as rain gardens.
Katy Dynarski, Projects Coordinator at the Franklin County Natural Resources Conservation District, will start the workshop by leading a presentation on soil science, why managing stormwater is important and what you can do at home to soak up and filter excess stormwater.
For those who are participating in-person, Katy will then lead the group on a stormwater infrastructure walk into Taylor Park. Hope you can make it!
If you plan to attend in-person, please RSVP via Facebook at: https://fb.me/e/N815KZxK
(feel free to show up if you haven’t RSVPed. This just helps us plan!)
The in-person event will be hosted at St. Albans City Hall Council Chambers, located at 100 N Main St, St Albans City, VT 05478
For Zoom only registration, sign-up here: https://tinyurl.com/2p9hx9m8