California Native Grasslands Association
Promoting, preserving, and restoring the diversity of California's native grasses and grassland ecosystems through education, advocacy, research, and stewardship.

Nuts & Bolts of Restoration and Revegetation: Using Grasses and Graminoids

  • Friday, July 21, 2017
  • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Winters Fire Department Training Room, 700 Main Street, Winters
  • 40

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This workshop will help you plan for your fall projects. 

This full-day classroom course is designed to acquaint landowners, land managers, agency personnel, contractors, consultants, and others with proven techniques and strategies for restoration and revegetation using native grassland species. 

Experienced experts will cover topics including:

  • Site evaluation
  • Species selection
  • Site preparation
  • Planting techniques
  • Weed control
  • Long-term management

            At the end of the course, individuals who are planning, implementing, or managing native grassland projects should be able to apply many of the techniques and strategies learned in the course.

Instructors: JP Marié, U.C. Davis Putah Creek Riparian Reserve; Chris Rose, Solano County RCD; Bryan Young, Sacramento Regional Wastewater - Bufferland; Patrick Reynolds, Hedgerow Farms
 Bring your own lunch or pre-order through CNGA.
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