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Green Infrastructure/Rainwater Harvesting for Community Gardeners & Homeowners

Saturday, April 6, 2013

11:00 a.m.1:00 p.m.

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Join Lenny Librizzi from GrowNYC for this two-hour workshop covering stormwater management best practices for community gardeners and homeowners.  Learn how to conserve water and help prevent pollution from stormwater by discussing topics such as rainwater harvesting, swales, rain gardens, enhanced tree pits, permeable paving and more.  Information about sources for materials and how-to tips will be discussed.  Open for up to 30 participants.  Pre-registration is required at education@queensbotanical.org.  Free with Garden admission.

Location

Queens Botanical Garden
43-50 Main Street
Queens
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Cost

Free with Garden Admission

Event Organizer

Queens Botanical Garden

Contact Number

(718) 886-3800 ext. 230

Contact Email

education@queensbotanical.org

Categories

Education, Nature

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