Date: July 20, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Contact: Arline Rowe, SpeakersBureau@MarinMG.org
Sponsor: Marin Master Gardeners
Location: Mill Valley Library
The Program: Got a green monster in your garden? Tired lawn soaking up more water than its usefulness? In this presentation, you will learn why lawns are not eco-friendly, watch a short video that shows the best method to easily eliminate one, and discover how to decide the best use for the space. We will discuss the latest in walkable green plants, plus a host of other possibilities that’s sure to broaden your definition of “lawn alternative.
The Speaker: Marie Narlock has been a UC Marin Master Gardener since 2004. She studied landscape design through the UC Berkeley Extension and Merritt College, and completed sustainable landscape classes at Sonoma State. She writes articles for the Marin IJ and is editor of the Leaflet, the UC Marin Master Gardener e-newsletter. Marie has designed four demonstration gardens for the Marin County fair and she co-designed and manages the Marin Ventures garden that serves developmentally disabled adults.
Contact: Arline Rowe at SpeakersBureau@MarinMG.org or