Climate Careers Chat

  • Description:

    Join us for SLIA's second Climate Careers Chat on January 28th! This youth-produced live interactive panel will feature two industry professionals in sustainability and conservation who will share their education and career pathways and…

  • Created by: Tyler Snortum-Phelps
  • Mar 14, 2015 from 4:00am to 8:00am
  • Location: The Ruth Bancroft Garden
  • Latest Activity: Oct 30, 2020

Are you ready to get rid of your boring lawn and plant a garden you can spend time in and enjoy?

Join us for a hands-on experience where you will not only learn how to complete the task, but also actually get a chance to do it!  At this workshop, we will physically transform a portion of a typical suburban front lawn to an amazing garden.  You'll learn about the methods to remove that lawn, get the chance to use helpful tools, participate in the transformation of the sprinkler system, and help plant the garden.

Dress to work in the garden, bring a lunch, and a water bottle!

Walnut Creek location-please note: exact location of the workshop will be provided after registration via email.

$20 General Admission

$15 RBG Member Price

Pre-registration is required for this workshop. RBG Members, please call the office to register at the member price.

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