Are you interested in learning more about the soil on your property? Want to know more about soil science and green stormwater practices from a Vermont expert?
Join the Franklin County Stormwater Collaborative and Franklin County Natural Resources Conservation District on Thursday, March 23rd, at 6pm on Zoom or in-person to learn about how soil composition affects water quality and stormwater runoff in the Lake Champlain basin and how to implement do-it-yourself green stormwater practices, such as rain gardens.
Katy Dynarski, Projects Coordinator at the Franklin County Natural Resources Conservation District, will start the workshop by leading a presentation on soil science, why managing stormwater is important and what you can do at home to soak up and filter excess stormwater.
For those who are participating in-person, Katy will then lead the group on a stormwater infrastructure walk into Taylor Park. Hope you can make it!
If you plan to attend in-person, please RSVP via Facebook at: https://fb.me/e/N815KZxK (feel free to show up if you haven’t RSVPed. This just helps us plan!)
The in-person event will be hosted at St. Albans City Hall Council Chambers, located at 100 N Main St, St Albans City, VT 05478For Zoom only registration, sign-up here: https://tinyurl.com/2p9hx9m8