Meadowscaping in Urban & Suburban Landscapes

A 2014 Winter Lecture Series Presentation

 

 

Meadows sequester carbon, retain water, filter pollutants, eliminate the need for lawn chemicals, and provide habitat.  Catherine Zimmerman, Meadow Project founder presents a convincing case for Meadowscaping. This engaging lecture is the final talk in the popular four-week Winter Lecture Series. In it, Catherine also shows you how to create a beautiful, thriving, low- cost, low-maintenance meadow habitat in your landscape. Catherine’s book, Urban and Suburban Meadows, is a stunning introduction to meadowscaping that inspires readers do away with pesticides, reduce lawns and return their land to a beautiful, natural habitat for native plants and wildlife. It will be available for purchase and signing following the lecture.

 

The Winter Lecture Series is sponsored by Delaware Grounds Management Association. This lecture is sponsored by the Garden Club of Wilmington.

 

BIO: Catherine Zimmerman, an award-winning director of photography, is a documentary filmmaker  who focuses on education and environmental issues. Her film credits include global warming documentaries for CNN Presents and New York Times Television, and numerous titles on sustainable topics. A fourth-generation vegetable farmer, Catherine found her passion working in her family’s organic garden. A certified horticulturist and landscape designer based in metropolitan Washington DC, she is accredited in organic land care through the Northeast Organic Farmers Association, is a regular contributing writer to Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens, and has designed and taught organic landscaping for the USDA Graduate School Horticulture program.

 


 

 

Date Thursday, February 27, 2014
Time 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location Event held at TheDCH
Registration cost Member Price:  $10.00
Non-Member Price:  $15.00
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