Cindy Nuss, a biologist with certifications in Horticulture, Ecological Gardening, Conservation Design, and Permaculture, will present an educational talk, “How to Make Your Garden Do the Work for You: Designing for Conservation and Sustainability,” at the Tuesday, March 5 meeting of the Bucks County Branch of the Woman’s National Farm & Garden Association (WNF&GA).
The program at the Lahaska Room in the Buckingham Township Municipal Building, 4613 Hughesian Drive in Buckingham, will begin at 7 p.m., following a social time at 6:30 p.m.
Nuss is owner of Nature’s Way Design, based in Dresher. “My garden design business is geared toward clients who like to garden for wildlife but may not know the importance of including native plants. My presentation is inspired by Don Aslett’s book, ‘Make Your House Do the Housework,’ and will focus on designing beautiful and functional gardens that help to conserve energy, money, water and wildlife.”
Nuss is also the president of the Ambler Keystone Branch of the WNF&GA and the current leader for Upper Dublin Township’s Pennsylvania Audubon Society Bird Town program. The presentation is free and open to the public.
The Bucks Branch of the WNF&GA welcomes women and men who are passionate about sustainable agriculture and horticulture. Visit facebook.com/bucksfg for information.