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Conserving Water by Designing Your Garden to Use Less [While Still Looking Great]

Periods of drought appear to be getting longer and more intense. It is more important than ever to understand our most precious natural resource water. Andi Ross (center) presented an overview of the past droughts, to members of the Groton Garden Club, focusing on the impact these have had in our area. She discussed our area's watershed, rain collection and utilization and soil optimization. with the goal of using knowledge and tools to assist our gardens to successfully get through times of drought. She is joined by Club members Betty Ireland (l) and Bev Johnson following her presentation. Courtesy photo

Joyce Fricke, Garden Club Federation of  Massachusetts  District Director (center) was welcomed by member Lisa Murray (l) and Groton Garden Club President Laura Semple ( r) as she joined the Club's meeting  featuring a presentation by Andi Ross who discussed, "Water, Water Everywhere, But Not a drop To Drink," that highlighted periods of drought and offered  some options to mitigate its impact on gardens. Courtesy photo

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