Gardens for a Rainy Day Workshop & Tour
Rain gardens are the hottest new trend in landscaping. More aptly called storm gardens, these flower gardens literally âclean upâ storm water. One of the environmental concerns of increased impervious ground cover (such as increased pavement, asphalt, or roofing) can be greatly reduced if storm water runoff can be intercepted before it reaches the storm sewer. One beautiful way to do that is to plant a rain garden
Come join us on May 31st, 6:30 – 8pm at the Cherry Hill Public Library for a presentation on creating Rain Gardens, led by Mike Haberland, Environmental and Resource Management Agent with the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Burlington and Camden Counties.Â This presentationÂ will include a tour of the Demonstration Rain Garden at the Cherry Hill Public Library. Â This is a FREE program, but registration is required here.
Hosted by The Sustainable Cherry Hill Garden Task Force.