Rawlins updating landscaping at City Hall with low-cost improvements
August 17, 2021 |
In line with the beautification guideline set out in his strategic plan, Rawlins plans large but inexpensive improvements to the landscaping around the town hall. The public is invited to participate in the process. On Friday, people have a chance to get beautiful, well-established Russian sage to plant in their own landscape, and later in September, residents can take part in a free, hands-on, on-site planting workshop. Cali O’Hare has all the details.
Above: Current landscaping in Rawlins Town Hall. Photo by Cali O’Hare / Bigfoot 99
* Get free Russian Sage at Rawlins City Hall on the corner of Cedar and 6th Street this Friday, August 20, between 8am and 11am.
* Take a free hands-on planting class taught by Abby Perry, educator at UW Extension Rangeland, at Rawlins City Hall on the corner of Cedar and 6th Street on Friday, September 10th at 10am.
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