The Environmental Learning Center presents a free Workshop Series for anyone interested in home gardening for wildlife and water quality.
Companion Planting for Clean Water
Presented by - Lydia Cox, Landscape Designer and Garden Coach
Companion planting can work by protecting and shielding crops, improving pollination, trapping and luring pests, repelling pests, and enriching the soil, a win-win for crop yield and native species.
Learn from an expert in the field to understand how companion crops work together to tackle common garden problems, reduce reliance on pesticides, and increase biodiversity.
Clackamas Water Environment Services is proud to support events like this that help protect water quality.