Area program to be offered on native Iowa plants, trees
If you have ever wanted to learn more about Iowa’s native trees, grasses and wildflowers, you’ll have a chance to do so in a series of classes being offered in the area this spring and summer. Trees Forever will be offering its popular Stewards of the Beautiful Land program in Clarke County this year.
Trees Forever’s Stewards of the Beautiful Land program is designed to educate participants about the role and use of native trees, grasses and wildflowers in community, rural and home landscaping projects.
Staff from Trees Forever will lead four different, monthly class sessions from June through September. Other participating partners include Clarke County Conservation Board, Clarke County Extension and Outreach, Osceola Parks and Recreation and Clarke County Development Corporation. The first class starts June 18.
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