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    Clay County Master Gardener Learning Garden Tour

    Join us on July 18th from 1-7pm as you embark on a learning garden tour in Moorhead and Dilworth communities. Stops include a community garden, local resident's yards, a rose trial garden, plus a horticulture business. Each site will have a host to share information on the garden as you get a closer look at all these great gardens in your local community. Tour is held rain or shine. Addresses will be emailed closer to the tour date and the tour will officially start at an unspecified location for packet pickup if paper copies are needed. Cost is $10. Join us for a fun, exciting afternoon and evening of garden fun!
  • Resilient Yard Series: Make Your Own Compost Tumbler Workshop

    Create a resilient yard to sustain the Red River by making your own compost tumbler. In addition to building your own compost tumbler, this workshop includes a presentation to learn the basics of composting and how to construct various composting systems. Come prepared to carry home an empty 55-gallon compost tumbler. The barrel may be white or blue. Class fee includes all other supplies. Bring drill (corded or cordless) and 3/8” bit to class if you have them. Instructors will have several drills and bits for participants to share.
  • Resilient Yard Series: Make Your Own Rain Barrel Workshop

    Create a resilient yard to sustain the Red River by making your own rain barrel. In addition to building your own rain barrel to take home, this workshop includes a short presentation to learn the basics of water quality and the effects of storm water runoff. Come prepared to bring home an empty 55-gallon barrel. Participants need a drill to install the rain barrel at home. Fee includes all other supplies. The barrel will be white or blue. This workshop is hosted by River Keepers, Clay Soil & Water Conservation District and supported by Cass County Soil Conservation District.
  • Resilient Yard Series: Make and Paint Rain Barrel Workshop

    Create a resilient yard to sustain the Red River by making and painting your own rain barrel. This is a two-day workshop. On day one, participants will hear a short presentation about the basics of water quality and the effects of stormwater runoff, sand and put a base coat on their barrel. The second day, participants will build and paint their rain barrel. Come prepared to bring home an empty 55-gallon barrel. Wear clothes you don't mind painting in and dress for the weather. Participants need a drill to install the rain barrel at home. Fee includes all other supplies.
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    Resilient Yard Series: Pollinator Gardening Workshop

    Learn how to transform a section of your yard into a native garden that will attract pollinators. This workshop is designed for beginners and focuses on what constitutes a pollinator habitat, the importance of landscaping with native plants, and the process of installing a garden from start to finish. A select number of native plants will be discussed. Participants will leave with the beginning of their design plan and a pollinator-friendly kit to get started. This workshop is hosted by Clay Soil & Water Conservation District
  • Rob Bertholf (flickr) (CC BY 2.0)

    Resilient Yard Series: Pollinator Workshop for Beginners

    Learn how to transform a section of your yard into a native garden that will attract pollinators. This workshop is held outside at a pollinator garden in Moorhead. This workshop is designed for beginners and focuses on identifying native plants as well as the steps to planting your very own native garden. Participants will leave with the beginning of their native garden planting plan and a pollinator-friendly kit to get started. This workshop is hosted by Clay Soil & Water Conservation District
  • Resilient Yards Series Rain Gardens: How to Workshop

    This workshop will provide tools for creating a rain garden. You will discover how rain gardens work and why they can make an impact on storm-water management, water quality and the health of your community. Planning and planting resources will be provided.