Come to this free, hands-on, interactive workshop and learn how to design, establish and maintain your own native coastal garden. You’ll leave knowing how to undertake a site review of your whole garden or a special site within your garden.
The course is led by a sustainable landscapes designer, with support from Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges and Adelaide Plains Council teams, so you can receive one-on-one support to develop your own native coastal garden.
Who should attend?
If you have a coastal property then come to this workshop. Find out how to develop a new native coastal garden, upgrade an existing garden or create a display / feature garden.
This may include but is not limited to residential and holiday homes, caravan parks, motel / hotel and community clubs.
Where and when?
Friday 12 April, 2019 – 10.00 am to 2.30 pm at Two Wells Bowling Club, Old Port Wakefield Road Two Wells, SA 5501
How to register?
Please contact Linda Durham on 8273 9147 or Linda.Durham@sa.gov.au, no later than 20th March 2019.
Prior to the workshop each person will be posted an introduction package with instructions on what to do prior to attending.
Please supply your address for postage.
It is anticipated that you will need to spend 1-2 hours preparing for the workshop.
All other workshop resources are provided on the day.
This free workshop includes morning tea and lunch.
Get in quick – spaces are limited!
These workshops are proudly funded by the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board’s NRM levy and supported by Adelaide Plains Council.