A wall-to-wall turf grass lawn makes for thirsty work for both the climate and homeowner. Learn about the cultural shift towards eco-friendly alternatives to the US’s estimated 40 million acres of unproductive lawn which depend on excessive feeding, watering, herbicide application, and cutting. Jeff Lorenz, principle at Refugia Design/Build, will share tactics for creating low maintenance, drought-tolerant open spaces in the home landscape, including tips for converting your lawn into a functional and resilient pollinator powerhouse that enhances rather than degrades our ecosystem.
This presentation will be followed by a moderated Q & A.
Register for this program by using the form below or by calling 215.988.8800. The registration form will close the evening before the program.
April 22, 2021
$31.50 PHS members
1827 Society members enjoy complimentary access to this virtual program.
Participants will receive a link to a video conference prior to the date of the event. This program will be closed captioned.
With a commitment to inclusion, PHS partners with Art-Reach to make programming accessible to people with disabilities and to low-income communities.