Interested in California Native Grasses? Wish there was a hands on class available?

Real Estate Agent with Re/Max Performance CA 01842775

Hi Folks,

I am a proud member of the California Native Grasslands Association (CNGA) and they just announced the date for their very popular field day held at Hedgerow Farms located in Winters, CA. 

This is the class & workshop that I hear many people wish was available to really learn about native grasses and how they can be utilized around their properties and homesteads. They cover everything from grass and common grassland weed ID to propagation and ideal conditions for the various grasses to thrive. They will also cover wildlife corridor creation and the use of wildflowers and native grasses together to increase native insect pollinators and encourage their calling your home their home too.

Here is all the details you will need to reserve your spot for this excellent day in the field!

The California Native Grasslands Association presents . . .

The 3rd Annual Field Day at Hedgerow Farms
Friday, April 16th, 2010
Time: 8am to 4:30 pm
Where: Hedgerow Farms 21905 County Road 88, Winters, CA
Fees: $45/CNGA members, $64 Non-members, $35 Students w ID

Online flyer: Third Annual Field Day at Hedgerow Farms

Online Registration: CNGA Workshop Registration

Sponsored by: Hedgerow Farms, Pacific Coast Seed, S & S Seeds, and Dow AgroSciences

Lunchtime speakers: Joe Silveira, US Fish & Wildlife Service, and Beau Miller, Dow Agro Sciences

Instructors: John Anderson, David Amme, Chris Rose, Bryan Young, Hedgerow Farms Staff, and CNGA Instructors TBA

Do you have additional questions? or would like to register by phone please contact Judy G-Scott at 530-661-2280, or by E-mail:

Hope to see you there,



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