Free Folsom Landscape Festival at Mangini Ranch Elementary
Experts to advise on landscaping March 25
Folsom, Calif. – Learn how to take care of your landscaping and trees while reducing your water use at Folsom Landscape Fest on Saturday, March 25.
The free, family-friendly event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m Mangini Ranch Elementary School4640 Sparrow Drive, Folsom. The event will feature exhibits, demonstrations, free resources, giveaways, and family-friendly activities.
Folsom Landscape Festival
- Learn from the experts About effective watering practices, landscape design, tree care, water wise plants, city water rebates, green waste recycling, and more.
- City water conservation specialists It will provide demonstrations and information on water efficiency technologies such as weather-based irrigation controllers, humidity sensors, and drip irrigation systems.
- The City of Folsom Waste & Recycling team will provide free kitchen buckets to collect leftovers and have an interactive sorting activity to help residents learn how to properly sort their waste.
- the Sacramento Tree Foundation He’ll give tree care tips, master gardeners will be on site to answer questions, and Green Acres Nursery & Supply will host an informational booth.
- Meet with city officials and public safety personnel.
- Free compost and wood chips It will be available nearby at the future Prospector Park site at 4578 Sparrow Drive. The piles are self-catering and require residents to bring their own shovels and bins to load and haul manure and mulch.
Families are encouraged to bring their children to the festival; Games and activities will be available. The Mr. Leaky mascot will make a special appearance, and the Folsom Public Library will host an activity booth for children and offer story times at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Participants can participate in the draws throughout the event period. Attendees can purchase food, drinks, or treats from the food trucks.
For more information about the event, contact the City of Folsom at [email protected] or 916-461-6013.
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