Ecologically rich gardens a topic at library
Brighten winter days with thoughts of the gardening season. “Developing Diversity in the Landscape”
is the topic of a free talk on Sunday, Jan. 21, at 3 p.m., at Claverack Free Library, 629 NY-23B, Claverack.
Claverack resident Heather Grimes is a landscape designer who specializes in creating ecologically rich gardens and in restoring degraded woodland and meadow habitats. She will provide tips on making a designed landscape that is resilient and adaptable to the changing ecosystem and climate. Learn how to focus on creating connections to the unique habitats of plant and wildlife communities that surround us.
For information, call 518-851-7120 or email email@example.com/.
Gloria MazurePost Author
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