Come on down to this FREE event! There will be fun science demonstrations and hands on activities. I will be demonstrating how to build and maintain worm composting systems. Come on by my booth and say hello!
Our feathered friends need your support and your landscape is the best place to help! Learn how the right selection of plants can host and support our native bird life, bringing natural pest control and endless entertainment to your yard.
Wild Birds Unllimited will be hosting this event so feel free to arrive early or stay late to stock up on all your birding needs.
2450 Montebello Sq Dr, Colorado Springs
This class uses fun analogies to learn about the microscopic microorganisms living in our soil. Educational and entertaining for both kids and adults!
Would you like to know how to turn dry depleted dirt into life-sustaining soil? By the end of this class, you'll have an understanding of the essential role microorganisms play in ecosystems, how some of our well-intentioned actions actually harm them, and how we can best support them so we can have thriving landscapes that require little work and resources.
($20 or Free for Cool Science Festival Participants)
Learn how I got permission from the city of Colorado Springs to cut a hole in my curb so I can passively irrigate my plants with stormwater. We'll also discuss the future of more curb cuts. Feel free to bring a neighbor! Wednesday, Septermber 27, 6:00-7:00 pm RSVP HERE
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Composting is a small act that makes a huge difference! This class will introduce you to several different methods of composting and will help you determine which method is right for you. We'll cover the basic requirements necessary for a successful composting system so no prior knowledge is needed! Bring a friend or make a date out of it! The more composters the merrier.
Create a resilient and productive edible forest that feels like a Willy Wonka wonderland in your own yard. Model your landscape after a thriving forest that produces food, shade, beauty, and wildlife support. By learning a few simple design principles, you can get the most out of your yard and do the least amount of work.