Habitat for Humanity holds "Implementing your Landscape Design" Workshop

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (RELEASE FROM CHIPPEWA VALLEY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY)--Chippewa Valley Habitat for Humanity will be hosting a "Implementing your Landscape Design" Workshop.

This is our second workshop in our series on landscape design.
Phil Johnson, Landscape architect for Ayres and Associates, and Susan Frame, CVTC Horticulture Instructor, will discuss how to plant, maintain and prune trees, shrubs and grasses in order to turn your yard into your own dream oasis. Even if you did not attend the first session you will learn what you should and should not do in order to make your landscape design a reality.

Come early because this session will fill up fast!

Habitat for Humanity Training Center located at Banbury Place Building 17 off of Galloway Street in Eau Claire. All interested in participating are encouraged to attend this FREE session regardless of skill level.

CHIPPEWA VALLEY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Implementing your Landscape Design WORKSHOP- Thursday April 25, 2013 6:30pm to 8:00pm CVH4H Training Center Banbury Place, Building 17, Entry off of Galloway Street, Eau Claire, WI 54701

More for information, call our office at 715-833-8993.

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