Smart gardening is an easy way to get a great looking yard while helping to keep the County a nice place to live. Yardwaste disposed in landfills diminishes their capacity and creates methane. Home-made compost is a valuable resource for nourishing your yard. When you practice smart gardening, you conserve water, improve your home landscape, recycle organic waste, and help preserve the environment. These simple practices do not take much time, and help to foster a healthy, beautiful lawn and garden.
To learn about backyard and worm composting, water-wise gardening, grasscycling and other techniques, attend our webinars or workshops. Below are videos to view for convenience, but we encourage you to attend a live webinar to ask questions and purchase compost bins.
Show off your skills! Submit a selfie or photo of your plump tomatoes, succulent landscape, or smart garden. Enter using the QR code or this photo contest link to win a roll of seed packets.
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