Bayscape Workshop- Kingsville
October 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Create a beautiful yard, preserve local waterways, and protect the Chesapeake Bay.
The Gunpowder Valley Conservancy (GVC), a Baltimore County-based land trust and watershed restoration non-profit, is looking for volunteers to help install a Bayscape garden at the Historic Jerusalem Mill Village in Kingsville. Bayscapes replace lawn with native plants that support wildlife, reduce landscape maintenance, and filter rain water from your yard, driveway, roof, or other hard surfaces.
This free workshop includes:
- Brief presentation about the benefits of adding native plants to gardens
- Hands-on gardening opportunity – help add native plants to an almost-finished garden bed
- Clear Creeks Project information – learn how GVC can help you promote clean water at your home, business, or place of worship
Location: Historic Jerusalem Mill- 2813 Jerusalem Road Kingsville, MD 21087
The workshop will be held to the front right side of The Mill building. Please park in designated parking lots and walk over. There will be GVC event signs to help guide you.
What to expect: Dress for yard work (hat, long pants, sneakers/boots, sunscreen) and bring your own labeled water bottle. If possible, bring your own garden gloves. We will provide tools. Participants are not required to wear face masks. The event will be held outdoors.
Questions? Contact event leader Patricia Ceglia at email@example.com
This workshop is part of the Clear Creeks Project. Coordinated by the Gunpowder Valley Conservancy, the Clear Creeks Project is a grant-funded, citizen-based initiative that helps answer a community desire to restore the water quality of the Bird River, Loch Raven East, Loch Raven South, Lower Gunpowder Falls, Middle River, and Tidal Gunpowder watersheds. Additional funding provided by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation; Chesapeake Bay Trust; Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability; Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund, administered by Maryland Department of Natural Resources; and BGE.