The Tennessee Garden Scene (events, vendors) forum: Tennesee Yards & Neighborhoods Workshops

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Feb 12, 2011 8:38 PM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
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The University of Tennessee and the TVA have partnered up to offer the Tennessee Yards & Neighborhoods program. They will hold workshops again this year in several counties across the state to teach homeowners how to create water-wise landscapes.

excerpt from their website:
7/20/2011 12:00 PM Sheby County Rain Barrel "Lunch & Learn" Workshop
•Brown bag it
•Limited to 25 participants
•To reserve a space, call 901-752-1207
RESERVE YOUR SPACE NOW!! You will learn how to make your own rain barrel at home for a fraction of the...

8/2/2011 10:00 AM Shelby Co/City of Memphis TYN Homeowner Landscape Workshop
•Workshop cost is $35/person or $50/couple
•Space is limited to 25 participants
•To register or for more information, call 901-752-1207
•Advanced registration is required

8/20/2011 8:30 AM Clarksville Area TYN Homeowner Landscape Workshop
•Workshop cost is $35/person or $50/couple
•Participants will receive (1) FREE rain barrel (1 per couple)!
•Space is limited to 25 participants.
•To register or for more...

Get all the details at the Tennesee Yards & Neighborhoods website

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