Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service is offering a Landscape School program in San Angelo to help homeowners get ready for spring, and get on track with a healthy, good-looking landscape that can thrive in west Texas conditions.  Join us to learn about lawn care, tree care, plant selection, soil management, and water conservation —as well as basic landscape design techniques.


The Earth-Kind Landscape Design School will be held March 20, 21, 27 & 28, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm each evening.  The school consists of four distinct classes, plus a separate 30-minute private landscape consultation to assist with design or plant material questions.  Tuition for the course is $60.00 per household.  Only one set of materials will be given per registration, but spouses are welcome to attend.

County Horticulture Agent Allison Watkins will instruct the first two class, and Dr. Steve George, Extension Horticulture Specialist from Dallas, will teach the design portion of the school during the last two classes.  This landscape design school will be helpful for both new home-sites and those wishing to improve existing landscapes.

The class will be at the Tom Green 4-H Center, located at 3168 N US Highway 67, San Angelo (next door to the Animal Shelter).  To enroll, or for more information, contact the Tom Green County Extension office at 325-659-6528.  Please call to RSVP by March 14.

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