Resilient Landscaping: Gardening in the Defensible Space Zone
Wednesday, November 10, 6:00-8:00 pm
Live Presentations via Zoom
All are welcome, however workshop content will be focused on the Cloverdale community.
Learn how to create and maintain a fire-wise and sustainable landscape that supports biodiversity and meets County code requirements. We can help you with plant selection, placement, and maintenance to preserve and enhance wildlife habitat, while keeping your property and neighborhood fire-wise and sustainable.
This two-hour workshop will allow plenty of time for questions, and will provide:
• Recommendations for fire-wise landscaping in the 0-5’, 5-30’, and 30-100’ defensible space zones.
• Practical ways to reconcile the sometimes conflicting guidelines to achieve a beautiful, biodiverse, fire-wise landscape that conserves precious water and energy.
• A practical understanding of what it means to be sustainable in an ever-changing California climate.
• Resources for how to move forward with your landscape and community.
Workshop creators and presenters include:
Mimi Enright: Program Manager, UC Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County April Owens: Executive Director, Habitat Corridor Project; Horticulture Chairperson, CNPS-Milo Baker Chapter Ellie Insley: Landscape Architect, Natural Habitat Restoration Specialist; Director, Sonoma Ecology Center
Presented by the Resilient Landscapes Coalition:
Fire Safe Sonoma, UCCE Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County, Sonoma Ecology Center, Habitat Corridor Project
Funded by the Sonoma County Vegetation Management Grant Program
North County Fire Cloverdale
and presented as part of the
Cloverdale Community Wildfire Protection Plan