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County seeks hosts for Natural Garden Tour

The Clark County Green Neighbors program is seeking hosts for its 2018 Natural Garden Tour on Sunday, July 15. 

To participate, residents should practice environmentally friendly gardening techniques and be willing to offer public tours of their yards and gardens. 

The annual event is a fun way residents can show off their gardens and the Earth-conscious methods they use to make them blossom, a release from Clark County stated last week. The event gives people a chance to learn gardening techniques, get inspiration for home landscaping, and exchange ideas with others. 

“I’ve learned that creativity and sustainability are not mutually exclusive when it comes to gardening,”Clark County Public Health Sustainability Program Coordinator Sally Fisher said. “Each year, I’m surprised by the variety and beauty of the Natural Garden Tour hosts’ landscaping and the ways people help one another learn about sustainable gardening practices.” 

Those interested have until Feb. 15 to register, according to the Clark County Green Neighbors program website. The Natural Garden Tour is sponsored by the program. To register to be a Natural Garden Tour host, contact Jill Krumlauf at Public Health at 360-397-2121 ext. 7342 or jill.krumlauf@clark.wa.gov. 

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Article source: http://www.thereflector.com/home_scene/article_c694902c-f590-11e7-aab6-ebe476b56349.html