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Record 29 of 34
Date: 08-Nov-2012
Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm
EventName: Naturescaping for Water and Wildlife
EventType: Class
Description: Stream Team and WSU Extension’s Native Plant Salvage Project will offer a free “Naturescaping for Water and Wildlife” class on Thursday, November 8 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Tumwater Fire Hall on Israel Rd.

The class will feature detailed, hands-on information about how to incorporate beautiful native and other drought-tolerant plants into your landscape to attract amphibians, birds and butterflies while protecting water resources. Participants will learn how to transform their landscape while also saving time, money and resources!

Advanced registration is required as space is limited. For details and registration call 360-867-2166 or email
City: Olympia, WA
Location: Tumwater Fire Hall
311 Israel Rd. SW
Tumwater, WA 98501
Age: Adult
Price: free
Restrictions: Due to limited space, advanced registration is required.
Contact: Erica Guttman or Krista Elvey
Phone: 360-867-2166