As part of our programming for Earth Day 2019, we are pleased to invite you to a free, bilingual lecture titled Organic lawns: for an attractive, earth-friendly lawn! given by Micheline Lévesque.
Micheline Lévesque is a biologist and agronomist who holds an ISA-certified MSc in arboriculture and a Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ). For the last 30 years, she has worked as an ornamental horticulture and agronomy consultant. She is also a co-recipient of the Phénix de l’Environnement award.
At the lecture, you will learn pro tips and tricks for growing your lawn without using pesticides or chemical fertilizers but while saving water.
About one hour in length, the lecture will take place on:
Sunday, April 14, at 15:30
at the Reginald J. P. Dawson Library
1967 Graham Blvd.
Town of Mount Royal H3R 1G9
Register by Thursday, April 11. But hurry! The number of seats is limited.
Note: The Library’s Earth Day 2019 programming also includes the official launch, at 13:30, of the Seed Library followed by a lecture on the subject by Patrice Fortier of the Société des plantes.
R.-J.-P. Dawson Library
1967 Graham Blvd
Mont-Royal, H3R 1G9