NatureScape Broward Offers Two April Workshops
- Program helps conserve water, protect water quality -
DATE: April 3, 2014
MEDIA CONTACT: Diana Guidry, Natural Resources Planning and Management Division
PHONE: 954-519-0317

BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. – Join the NatureScape Broward team to learn about exciting ways to create and maintain a NatureScape yard at two free workshops scheduled for April.


Preregistration for each workshop is requested by phoning 954-519-0317 or by emailing

NatureScapes are sustainable landscapes that conserve water, protect water quality and provide valuable wildlife habitat. Topics include landscape design, native plants, irrigation, attracting birds and butterflies, maintenance tips and more! Each workshop is about two-and-one-half hours long.

About NatureScape Broward
NatureScape Broward is a program of the Broward County Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department and is part of its Water Matters outreach initiative. The NatureScape program aims to reduce the amount of water used for irrigation and improve the quality of Broward's water resources by encouraging the use of Florida-friendly landscape practices. For more information call 954-519-0317 or visit

Natural Resources Planning and Management Division
Broward County’s Natural Resources Planning and Management Division protects, restores and enhances the quality, abundance and diversity of the County’s natural resources through coordinated management efforts in five areas: water resource policy and planning, urban and natural lands management, beach and marine resources, energy and sustainability, and environmental monitoring. For more information, call 954-519-1270, visit or follow us on Twitter at 

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