Headwaters Newsletter of the Watershed Protection and Restoration Program

Current Issue:  May 2021

Spring is when exciting things happen, and whether you follow the meteorological or astronomical start of spring, the bottom line is, plants are coming alive and filling the outdoors with brilliant colors and smells! Spring is also a time in which yardwork begins to take up more time on weekends, along with repeated visits to the local nursery to see what’s in bloom. In this issue, we offer up some ideas for use both in and around the house during spring. So once you’ve pruned your shrubs, raked up any leftover leaves, and replaced the mulch in the landscaped beds, take a few minutes to relax and enjoy this issue of Headwaters.

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