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Spring Plants, Grants, Contests, and Events

Spring has sprung! Buds are breaking and temperatures are rising. Warm weather brings so many opportunities–and work–in the garden. The spring season welcomes a proliferation of plants, grants, contests, and events for school garden educators. 341 more words

One year on

Well it has been a while since I last posted but here is an update on what has been happening.

In February this year we had our last outstanding PCI and maintenance issue completed. 589 more words

Building a Rain Garden at Stroud Elementary School

Last semester, EcoReach presented two lessons on water quality to Howard B. Stroud Elementary School’s problem-solving class. In order to improve water quality in a nearby stream to the school, Trail Creek, students in the class decided that they wanted to install a rain garden on Stroud’s campus. 129 more words

Free rain garden workshop at Leominster Public Library

The Worcester County Conservation District invites you a free program at the Leominster Library on March 17 at 3 pm.  Ed Himlan of the Massachusetts Watershed Coalition will present a slideshow about the design and benefits of rain gardens. 213 more words


Beirut Design Week 2016 Video

We are happy to have been featured in Beirut Design Week 2016 Video!

Follow this link to see the installation that we did for Beirut River 2.0… 128 more words


Terracing the Garden Area

We’ve finally gotten enough rain to tell us where we shouldn’t put our garden… The problem being, we’ve already put our garden there…

The garden sits in the spot that receives the most uninterrupted sunlight. 369 more words


BULLTONGUE ARROWHEAD (Sagittaria lancifolia)


this emergent plant is called Duck potato by some, but this species doesn’t have the beefy potatoe-y corms of some other Sagittaria spp. 72 more words

Florida Native Plant