Creating a Hard Road Native Corridor: Open House

As the Hard Road widening project comes to an end, it's time think about restoring your yard!

If you've considered using native plants and sustainable practices in your outdoor space, don't miss this event, and get advice from master gardeners, landscape designers and naturalists.

Other programs in this series include:

THINK SPRING: March 5 from 1:30-4:30 pm
Representatives from groups like Friends of the Sawmill Wetlands, Columbus GreenSpot and Ohio Volunteer Naturalists will inspire you to improve backyard conditions for birds, butterflies and bees. You can also learn about the Hard Road corridor restoration project and do some make it and take it planting and build bird feeders and houses.

WORK DAY: April 15 from 9 am-3 pm
The experts are back to talk about restoring your property in a sustainable way. Plants, shrubs and trees, purchased in part with a Columbus Audubon grant, will be distributed to participants.

OPEN HOUSE: May 1 from 6:30-8 pm

When

March 23, 2017
6:30pm - 8:00pm

Where

Northwest Library Meeting Room
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  • Old Worthington
  • Northwest
  • Worthington Park
  • Off site
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