Scheduled Webinars: Landscape Practices for Healthy Yards

Landscaping continues to weigh more and more heavily on lawn care providers. High noise levels, exhaust from gas-powered equipment, and exposure to toxic chemicals lead one to wonder what the real cost of a perfect lawn is.

Toxic landscapes not only affect landscapers, but homeowners as well. A healthy yard promotes living soil, beneficial insects and biodiversity. It is possible to have a safe outdoor space that invites play and enjoyment at a lower cost than conventional care.

Please join a webinar featuring a panel of professionals offering easy-to-incorporate organic methods to detoxify landscapes and create healthy yards for residents, lawn care crews, and the planet.

Landscape professionals March 1 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Mulch Mowing and Lawn Recycling – Jay Archer, Green Jay Landscaping
Soil Health – Aleksandra Moch, Conservation Commission
Emission-Free Landscaping Equipment – Dan Deventhal, Mow Green
Wildlife Landscaping – Dan Brubaker, Greenwich Land Trust
Owners March 9 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Mulch Mowing and Lawn Recycling – Jay Archer, Green Jay Landscaping
Composting and Soil Health – Aleksandra Moch, Conservation Commission
Emission-Free Landscaping Equipment – Jeff Cordulack, Organic Ways and Means
Wildlife Landscaping – Dan Brubaker, Greenwich Land Trust
Landscape professionals and owners in Spanish
March 16 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Mulch Mowing and Grass Cycle – Nelson Munoz, Chiappetta-Fierro, LLC
Emission-Free Landscaping Equipment – Felipe Aguilar, Mow Green
Landscaping for Wildlife and Soil Health – David Tovar, Woodland Tree Care
To register go to https://greenwichbotanicalcenter.org/events/

Hosted by the Greenwich Botanical Centre. Organized by Pollinator Pathway, Greenwich Conservation Commission, Greenwich Land Trust and Quiet Yards Greenwich.

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