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Yardscaping: Healthy Lawn Care Made Easy, with Ali Clift from the Cumberland County Soil & Water Conservation District
Tuesday, August 9 -- 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Do you want a beautiful lawn that is safe for families, pets, and the environment and that will save you time and money? Learn how to build healthy soil for healthy lawn with tips on fertilizing, weed and thatch control, renovating an unhealthy lawn, transitioning to organic care, and more. Whether you maintain your lawn or hire a professional, round up your neighbors and join us! All are welcome! This program will take place in person at the library and will be streamed simultaneously on Zoom, for those wishing to attend virtually. If you plan on attending, please register for this program below so that we can send you a reminder on the day of the event, as well as an optional Zoom link to join us.
Please register by filling out the form below
and we’ll send you a reminder and a link to join us!
About Cumberland County Soil & Water Conservation District
The Cumberland County Soil & Water Conservation District is a recognized and respected leader in natural resource conservation. The District was established in 1946 as part of a nationwide response to the Dust Bowl. As Cumberland County’s land uses have changed over time, the District has worked to meet the soil and water conservation needs of both its rural and urban landscapes. Today, the District focuses on educational programs and technical services that address the region’s soil and water conservation needs, including stormwater, agriculture, soil health, watershed management, and invasive species.
About Ali Clift
Ali joined the District in 2018 to implement the many education and outreach programs to residents, municipalities, and businesses in Cumberland County. Her main projects at the District include general District outreach, coordinating the District’s youth education program, implementing stormwater education and outreach for the Interlocal Stormwater Working Group and Long Creek Watershed Management District, organizing the Urban Runoff 5k fundraiser, implementing and coordinating the regional YardScaping program, and coordinating the statewide invasive forest pest outreach program with state and county partners. Ali has a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Science and Environmental Studies from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida.