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City of Manhattan Beach “Tools to Create Your Own Sustainable Garden”
Written by Julie Gonella   
Wednesday, 02 April 2014 06:11

City of Manhattan Beach “Tools to Create Your Own Sustainable Garden”
Please read and pass these 6 great tools on to your neighbors and local friends: http://www.citymb.info/city-services/going-green/ocean-friendly-garden-sustainable-landscape/tools-to-create-your-own-sustainable-garden

 
2014 Composting and Worm bin Classes at MBBG
Written by Julie Gonella   
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 07:04

2014 Composting and Worm bin Classes at MBBG
Saturdays 10-11am
May 3, July 12, October 18
No need to sign up, just come.

 
Earth Day Festivities in Polliwog Park
Written by Julie Gonella   
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 07:02

Earth Day Festivities in Polliwog Park, (including MBBG)
Saturday April 26, 11am-4pm 
http://www.greenervoice.org/earthday.htm

 
Turf Removal Rebate Program
Written by Julie Gonella   
Friday, 07 March 2014 05:08

Turf Removal Rebate Program
Earn $1 or more per square foot of lawn converted to water-wise vegetation.
You have until June, but begin soon and get the application process going: http://www.socalwatersmart.com/index.php/qualifyingproducts/turfremoval

 
MBBG on TPF Garden Tour
Written by Julie Gonella   
Wednesday, 22 January 2014 00:00

MBBG on TPF Garden Tour

11th Annual Theodore Payne Foundation Native Plant Garden Tour
(MBBG is Garden #15 out of over 40!)
Saturday – Sunday April 5-6, 10am-5pm
MBBG will be on the tour Saturday
Learn more and purchase tickets here: http://www.nativeplantgardentour.org

This 20-year-old community garden is a long-standing bastion of earth-friendly landscaping and important neighborhood wildlife habitat. Irrigated mainly with reclaimed water, the 2/3 acre property is planted with a colorful medley of mostly California natives with other attractive Mediterranean-climate plants that thrive in sandy soil and coastal conditions. A pondless waterfall, dry streambed, and composting toilet are just a few points of interest. Look out for the official Manhattan Beach City Flower, beach primrose (Camissonia cheiranthifolia), propagated by volunteers on-site.

 
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