BRCDWI: Native Plants for Watershed Protection
October 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Boothbay Region Clean Drinking Water Initiative and Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens present a special event for Boothbay Region Residents.
Join us for this free event and learn how to take action on climate change, preserve our bodies of water, support healthy ecosystems, and protect locally-sourced drinking water. Keynote speaker Irene Barber, landscape designer, horticulturist, and Adult Education Program Manager at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, will discuss incorporating native plants that increase beauty, biodiversity, and contribute to clean water. Come discover some of the dynamic, striking natives perfect for shorelines, rain gardens, and wetland edges.
Representatives from the Boothbay Region Clean Drinking Water Initiative will conduct a Q&A and discuss the community-wide efforts being taken to preserve the region’s clean drinking water, from Adams Pond and Knickerbocker Lake. Registration is required for this free event.