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    Waterwise gardening for a drying climate

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    Event description

    Transform your garden into a space that thrives in the face of drought and a changing climate. Join us for an interactive workshop led by Chris Ferreira, the founder and managing director of the Forever Project.

    In this session, you'll discover innovative strategies to create a garden that not only conserves water but also stands resilient against the challenges of a drying climate. You can expect information on soil enhancement; stormwater management; native planting to support biodiversity; valuable insights into waterwise practices; creating climate resilient gardens to navigate extreme weather events; sound approaches to weed management; long-term cost savings and a whole lot of inspiration to take home and get started in your garden!

    Limited places available, don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your garden for a more sustainable future! Please let us no if you can no longer attend as we have a waiting list in place for this event.

    This event will have a photographer in attendance that will produce photos that may be used for promotional purposes.

    This event is part of the Leschenault Estuary Connect Program, made possible through generous funding support from Lotterywest, helping to build a better WA together, and Water Corporation. Further funding support has been provided through Healthy Estuaries WA – a State Government program that aims to improve the health of our south west estuaries.

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