myfairlakes.com Offers Reduced Price Plants

March 2, 2010 at 10:28 am Leave a comment

Spring came yesterday, according to me, and from now on I ban all talk about “snow”, “winter” and “salt”. No more of that, please.

Instead, our office is preparing for spring. Turns out that myfairlakes.com is thinking about spring as well, and they’re offering Plant Dane!,  a cost-share program for rain garden projects. By applying, you can get plants at a reduced price ($1.80 ea). Learn more and send in your application here.

What’s cool is that the program is open to schools, non-profits, municipalities and individuals. Which means, teachers, if you need a course idea for your summer session, you can have your students design, dig and plant a rain garden all while getting outdoors and learning about Madison water issues.

How to build a rain garden brochure (PDF, 1 MB)
Answers to questions you may have about how to take care of our lakes.

Question: if all 200,000 Madisonians thought about warm weather at the same time, do you think we can induce an early summer?

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