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CS14 – Water-Wise Landscape Design
June 20 @ 11:15 am - 12:15 pm
With drought and extreme weather events on the rise over the last two decades, it is more important than ever to know which plants not only survive but thrive in drought situations. What we plant need not negatively impact water use and our landscape. Join Donna as she skillfully weaves together landscape design and plant selection into water-wise landscaping. She will walk through the steps for creating a new landscape or redesigning the one you have. You’ll love the results!
- Less work
- Fewer resources used
- More positive impact on the environment
- Landscapes that evolve and mature in a sustainable way
Donna Hoffman is an Extension Educator and Master Gardener Coordinator for the University of Wyoming Extension in Natrona County. She started at the Extension during the drought in 2002. Today, 21 years later, her passion for Xeriscaping and smart plant choices have only intensified. She loves teaching about water-wise landscaping and spreading the word. She is the lead contact for Plant Select introductions and releases in the demonstration and test gardens at the Agricultural Resources and Learning Center (ARLC), home to the University of Wyoming’s Extension programs for Natrona County.