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Reducing Your Lawn

In-Person / Online

Are you interested in turning your lawn into a more resilient landscape? Master Gardener Derek Yarnell has been expanding his gardens since the fall of 2020, and has practical tips and inspiration to share. Participants will learn about the role that household gardeners can play in helping to repair and restore biodiversity. Attract pollinators to your yard, and make a real difference with your garden!

Related Info Guide: Gardening

Saturday, April 20, 2024
11:00AM - 12:30PM
Carol Shields Auditorium
Millennium Library
  For Adults  
  Learning & Leisure  
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In-person/online event
This event takes place both in-person and online. An online meeting link will be sent to all participants by email regardless of registration type.

Please be advised that some filming will occur as part of the in-person event.

Programs and events at Winnipeg Public Library are always free.
Registration for this event is now closed.

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