DIRT OR SOIL?
A Fascinating Look at the Economic and Environmental Value of Building the Life Beneath Your Feet
What’s the difference between dirt and soil? And what difference does it make to you, your work, and your environment? Dirt is dead. Soil is a living, interconnected web of organisms working together to nourish your landscape. Build and support healthy soil to reduce water use, grow more attractive plants, that are heathier and have a longer life span, and you may never have to use synthetic fertilizer again! Come learn the details of Dirt or Soil from Dave Phelps.
Cagwin & Dorward’s Sustainability Manager, Dave Phelps, is also a Marin Master Gardener. He is passionate about organic gardening, biological pest controls, reducing resource use and all things sustainable. As a Landscape Architect, Dave has worked with Cagwin & Dorward’s Landscape Construction department to design landscapes that are ecologically responsible and appropriate for California’s arid climate. Dave has been in the landscape industry since 1983. He is a sustainable garden & landscape expert and devotes his time to researching and promoting good land stewardship practices. He is experienced in solving landscape problems, knowledgeable in horticulture and landscape construction, and passionate about landscape ecology. He enjoys speaking, writing, and teaching others to be successful in their interaction with the land.
**This workshop counts for 1.5 Bay-Friendly Qualified Professional CEUs