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Join the City of San Mateo and Frank Niccoli for the "Alternatives to Lawns" free Workshop.

Lush green lawns have long been the anchor of outdoor landscaping. However, with today's focus on protecting our natural resources, many homeowners are choosing alternatives.  Frank Niccoli, who teaches at Foothill College, will run this workshop.

A lawn has a negative impact on the environment and in this era of continuing drought a lawn is the thirstiest crop. Thirsty translates to higher water bill. This seminar will show you how to plant a beautiful landscape with significantly lower water bills. An intelligent and knowledgeable approach will save time, money, and guarantee a successful transition from lawn to a new garden.

Day:            Wednesday, April 4th
Time:           6:30pm – 8:30pm
Location:    City of San Mateo Library – Oak Room
                    55 West 3rd Ave., San Mateo

Please register for this workshop:

About Frank Niccoli:
Frank has recently retired from the Village Gardener and currently pursues his passion for teaching and public speaking. Currently, Frank is teaching a variety of horticulture classes at Foothill College.
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