Springfield Garden Club
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PROGRAM: Rain Gardens, Why They Are Important and How To Make One That Works.
Rachel Lindsay will explain why rain gardens are an effective, nature-based “Green Infrastructure” solution to prevent larger environmental problems caused by run off from our streets, roofs, driveways, and patios. They can also add small areas of color, beauty, and habitat to our neighborhoods. Rachel holds an MS in Ecological Design, a BA in Anthropology, and her experience as Head of Landscape Design at the Regenerative Design Group make her well qualified to show us what problems rain gardens can help solve, how to plan them, and what pitfalls to avoid.
Scholar's Art Project
2021 Scholarship recipient Aaron Richmond-Crosset shares with us his creative art project and what it may represent.
See more photos and Aaron's detailed description on our Scholarship page (click here)
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