Purdue Rainscaping Education Program – Noble County – Extension Master Gardener Program

Purdue Rainscaping Education Program – Noble County

Friday, April 19th, 2024

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Date(s) - 04/19/2024
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Noble County Public Library


Flyer for the Purdue Rainscaping Education Program in Noble County.

Rainscaping is a combination of sustainable landscape design and management practices that prevents polluted runoff from reaching water bodies — directing stormwater to be absorbed by plants and soils. The Purdue Rainscaping Education Program provides training and resources on rainscaping practices that can be installed in residential settings or small-scale public spaces projects.

The sessions include an introduction to Rainscaping (with site visit to Whitley County Rain Garden), site selection & analysis, plant selection & garden design, installation and maintenance, and we wrap up with a hands-on rain garden installation project.

The Rainscaping Education Program is offered by Purdue Extension and the Noble County Public Library on April 19th & 20th from 9a.m.-5 p.m. on both days. The $95 registration fee includes lunch and snacks both days, a PDF Participant Guide (or you have option to purchase hardcopy), a personal copy of the Blue Thumb Guide, and many more resources.

Questions can be directed to Reba Wicker (rwicker@purdue.edu) or Ann Kline (kline60@purdue.edu).

Register online before April 8th.

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