The Fall Nursery Open House will be held Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013 from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Take a tour of the new conservation garden; get free expert advice on planting, landscape design, and irrigation. Free planting demonstrations at 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., and 2:00 p.m. by Registered Forester Keith Deagon.
View and learn about drought-tolerant and native plants, visit the vendor booths for important landscape and planting information. Vendors can also get a free booth and join the festivities.
If you are interested in having a booth please call Debra Gillis at (661) 305-3405.
AVRCD new conservation garden is open
The Antelope Valley Resource Conservation District (AVRCD) would like to announce that the design for the new conservation garden is complete and work has started at the AVRCD site. The Conservation nursery is located at 10148 West Avenue I, in Lancaster, (100th Street W and Avenue I).
The Conservation garden will demonstrate the importance of using drought tolerant plants as well as effective irrigation systems for water savings. Crews have been working on the construction of the garden. Come and see this wonderful new addition that demonstrate proper irrigation in your garden along with landscape design ideas.
Contact: Debra Gillis, Executive Director (661) 305-3405, firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE AVRCD: The Antelope Valley Resource Conservation District is a special district of the State of California and operates as a non-profit organization. Resource Conservation Districts were formed to provide landowners with assistance in preserving their natural resources. Along with our partners, the Natural Resource Conservation Service, we can provide technical assistance to landowners and farmers, along with some cost share programs to assist in implementing best management practices to conserve soil, water, air quality, plants, and wildlife. Visit our website at avrcd.org for more information.