This newly completed shoreline restoration provides easy access
to the water for kayaks and canoes.
To learn more about Living Shorelines and
Healthy plants have healthy
roots. Roots produce stronger stems and foliage that
better withstand environmental stress; prevent the soil from
washing away during heavy rain events; and facilitate the uptake
of water and nutrients, two of the most critical resources a
plant needs. Look beyond the top growth when purchasing plants!
The Environmental Concern
Native Plant Sale will be held on Mother’s Day Weekend.
Visit EC’s campus on May 11th or 12th from
9:00 am -4:00 pm - bring your list of plants! Our horticulture
experts will assist you with your questions, and will make
recommendations for the plants that best suit your conditions.
Thirsty Thursdays for Wetlands, Rain
Gardens and More! On Thursday evenings from February through
December, Environmental Concern will offer an hour-long lecture
on wetlands, rain gardens, best management practices and more.
On February 23rd, Kate Frase, EC’s Education
Director, will present Wetland 101, the first lecture in
the series. During this presentation, participants will learn
about the unique functions and benefits of wetlands.
For more information