For more information, contact:
Ruth Quade, water conservation outreach administrator
Greeley’s next Landscape Lecture, Putting Your Garden to Bed, will guide participants through steps they can do each fall to help their lawn and garden thrive when it starts growing again come spring.
Starting at 6:30, Sept. 23, the webinar will feature Alison O’Connor, an extension agent with the Colorado State University Extension Office. Go to greeleygov.com/LandscapeLectures to register for the session.
Greeley Conservation’s Landscape Lecture Series moved to an online-only format via Zoom in spring. The city broadcasts the webinars live and attendees can ask questions during the meeting through the chat option. Although the presentations begin at 6:30 p.m., anyone that misses a lecture can view it on the City of Greeley’s YouTube channel after the initial live webinar.
Additionally, city officials planned two sessions for October.
Oct. 7 —Composting Ruth Quade, water conservation outreach administrator with the City of Greeley, will lead a webinar on the art and science of composting. The focus on getting started and troubleshooting problems with compost bins and piles.
Oct. 21 — Climate Update. Peter Bennett Goble, service climatologist and drought specialist with the Colorado Climate Center, will speak on the relationship between precipitation, water supply, and landscapes. He will give a climate update and outlook for the season. The session will also address how people can get involved as a volunteer weather watcher.
Please visit greeleygov.com/LandscapeLectures to get more information and to register for the sessions or call 970-350-9874 with questions.