Attract Wildlife to Your Streamside Property (April 20, 2022)

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We hope you were able to join us for our Attract Wildlife to Your Streamside Property workshop on April 20, 2022! We talked how to use native plants to attract wildlife and how to protect and support them, how to manage common pests naturally, and how to prevent pollution from entering local streams and other bodies of water. 

Helpful resources

If you missed the workshop or just want to further your learning, we've shared a number of Natural Yard Care resources below, including a PDF of the presentation slides and a YouTube recording of the workshop.

Choosing the Right Plants

COVER - Choosing the Right Plants

Growing Healthy Soil

COVER - Growing Healthy Soil

The Plant List

COVER - The Plant List

Water Weeds

Water Weeds Cover - King County

Helpful websites, PDFs, books, and videos

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Workshop sponsor, presenter, and target audience

City of Bothell sponsored Tilth Alliance to present this workshop. The target audience for this workshop included City of Bothell residents whose property is next to a stream or other body of water.

Ask a question

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Website: https://gardenhotline.org

Email: help@gardenhotline.org

Phone: 206-633-0224

  1. Christi Cox (she/her)

    Surface Water Program Coordinator

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