Photos: Residents learn about sustainable practices for residential landscapes

Julie Reichle

Fresh honey, native plants, and more were on display at Thursday's event hosted by Public Works.

To help show local property owners various steps they can take to make Piedmont more resilient as weather gets hotter and more erratic, Piedmont’s Public Works Department hosted the inaugural “Sustainable Practices for Residential Landscapes” on Feb. 27 at the city’s Community Hall.

The event’s various gathered experts provided information on how to use more sustainable practices to keep the environment cleaner and make the city better able to fight, and cope with, climate change.

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