Thursday, February 10, 2011

Chip Osborne: Simple Steps to Organic Lawn Care

Chip Osborne of Osborne Organics
The Pennfield School, Portsmouth, RI
Monday, March 28, 2011 at 6pm-8pm
Sponsored by the Aquidneck Land trust. A free lecture.

This is especially important in terms of water quality runoff issues for those of us who live on Narragansett Bay.
Lawn fertilizer runoff is a huge pollutant.

The Living Lawn, A Lawn for Living: Simple Steps to Organic Lawn Care ... In this presentation, Chip Osborne, of Osborne Organics in Marblehead, MA, will help participants understand how we can all become better conservationists at the most local level, our backyard. Public health, our children's health, storm-water runoff, and water quality issues are all reasons why we should begin to reduce our dependence on synthetic and chemical products to grow our lawns and gardens. Mr. Osborne will present "Simple Steps to Organic Lawn Care," a detailed approach to a natural lawn care program so that participants can become better conservationists in their backyards and gardens this spring. This free presentation is made possible through a collaboration of the Newport Garden Club and the Aquidneck Land Trust.
Reception with refreshments 6:00pm - Start of the Presentation 6:30pm - RSVP to Courtney Huth at or 849-2799 ext. 19

1 comment:

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