2018 Backyard Habitat Certification Program Lake Oswego Yard Tour hosted by Friends of Tryon Creek.
June 23rd, 2018 1:00 - 4:00pm, featuring two properties, refreshments, and information on creating space for native plants to thrive in your yard.
Join Backyard Habitat Certification Program for an open yard tour featuring two local properties. This is a free event, with complementary beer, wine, and ice tea at the final stop of the tour. While you are not required to visit each of the two, both have something unique to offer and showcase the endless design and structure of the program. On Saturday, June 23rd you will be able to learn about native plants, how to control invasive weeds, and get tips for attracting more birds to your yard. Plus you will be able to chat with Backyard Habitat staff and volunteers, while mingling with current members of the program.
There is no charge for this program, but we encourage you to consider joining Friends of Tryon Creek (FOTC) as a member. Members support vital operations and Friends of Tryon Creek Mission. FOTC's mission, in partnership with Oregon State Parks, is to inspire and nurture relationships with nature in our unique urban forest. Members give the Friends the ability to deliver innovative environmental education for children and comprehensive community based natural area restoration efforts.
The address of this event will be sent to you upon completion of your registration.
To register for the Open House, please RSVP to FOTC Education Director Gabe Sheoships at email@example.com
Please check your spam or junk mail if you do not see the reply titled "Back Yard Habitat Program: Open House" come into your inbox.
Backyard Habitat Certification Program Open Yard Tour
Saturday, June 23, 2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call us at (503) 636-4398
Please be mindful of our gracious hosts, they are volunteering to share their yards with us.
and Certify your yard!
Join Friends of Tryon Creek as a member - support our shared community and mission to inspire and nurture relationships with nature in our unique urban forest.