Importance of pure shoreline following subject of master gardener’s meeting



Nancy Popa an advanced master gardener and board member of Leelanau Conservancy and Lake Leelanau Lake Association, will discuss natural shorelines in landscaping. 

Nancy Popa an state-of-the-art master gardener and board member of Leelanau Conservancy and Lake Leelanau Lake Association, will go over organic shorelines in landscaping. 

Submitted photo/Grasp Gardener Affiliation of Northwest Michigan

The significance of normal shorelines will be the matter at the Master Gardener Association of Northwest Michigan’s subsequent meeting.

The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on March 1 by means of Zoom. Speaker will be Nancy Popa, an sophisticated grasp gardener and board member of Leelanau Conservancy and Lake Leelanau Lake Affiliation.

In her chat, Popa will focus on how shorelines support filter pollutants, safeguard from erosion, and deliver habitat for fish and other sorts of wildlife. She will also converse about ways to restore a shoreline and the ideal native crops to use based mostly on science-dependent options on shoreline restoration.


This presentation is free to all Learn Gardener Affiliation of Northwest Michigan users and $5 for non-customers. To register go to mganm.org/mganm-occasions/.

The Learn Gardener Affiliation of Northwest Michigan’s mission is to even further the horticultural academic routines of MSU Extension and provide horticultural understanding and expertise to associates enabling them to share this knowledge with other folks by means of gardening projects, academic plans and routines.  

Take a look at mganm.org for more details.



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