Crack the Concrete: Environmentally-Friendly Hardscaping – Garden for the Environment
Garden for the Environment
Lawton Street & 7th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94122
April 22, 2017, 10:00am - 12:00pm
Garden for the Environment & San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Presents:
Crack the Concrete: Environmentally-Friendly Hardscaping
Creating pathways and patios in your home garden can be a great way to make the space more accessible and useful, but there are better ways than pouring concrete! Join us to learn how you can incorporate water-efficient permeable hardscape surfaces into your landscape using natural or recycled materials.
About the Instructor:
Elisa Baier is the founder of Small Spot Gardens, a design/build landscape firm dedicated to helping city residents connect with the natural world. She studied botany as an undergrad and has worked for organic farms, orchards, nurseries and conservation organizations. In 2009, after several years of office work helping farmers with market development, she decided to get back outside and launched her own ecological landscaping business with the goal of creating healthy, vibrant outdoor spaces for people living in dense urban areas.