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Learn About Rain Gardens April 16 at Atlantic Highlands Historical Society Mansion Museum

The 1893 Strauss Mansion, 21 Prospect Street in Atlantic Highlands, NJ. Credit: atlantichighlandshistory.org
The 1893 Strauss Mansion, 21 Prospect Street in Atlantic Highlands, NJ. Credit: atlantichighlandshistory.org
The Atlantic Highlands Historical Society will open its 2014 program series  with a Spring presentation on Rain Gardens, Design and Construction
 
Learn all about Rain Gardens at the Atlantic Highlands Historical Society Mansion Museum on Wednesday, April 16 at 7:30 pm.

Master Gardener Thomas Matulewicz is a rain garden specialist.   He has helped home owners and gardeners throughout New Jersey to design and construct landscape features which capture water and snow melt runoff from driveways, roofs, and hillsides while beautifying yards. Rain gardens  attract butterflies, hummingbirds and other birds and wildlife. Rain gardens also offer simple, inexpensive ways to capture, reuse and filter storm water runoff, protecting our hills from erosion and our waterways from pollution.

Speaker Tom Matulewicz represents the Master Gardeners of Monmouth County, a volunteer group of dedicated gardeners who aim to expand the public's knowledge through horticultural, environmental and community service. The Atlantic Highlands Historical Society will open its 2014 program series  with a Spring presentation on Rain Gardens, Design and Construction 

Master Gardener Thomas Matulewicz is a rain garden specialist.   He has helped home owners and gardeners throughout New Jersey to design and construct landscape features which capture water and snow melt runoff from driveways, roofs, and hillsides while beautifying yards. Rain gardens  attract butterflies, hummingbirds and other birds and wildlife. Rain gardens also offer simple, inexpensive ways to capture, reuse and filter storm water runoff, protecting our hills from erosion and our waterways from pollution.

Speaker Tom Matulewicz represents the Master Gardeners of Monmouth County, a volunteer group of dedicated gardeners who aim to expand the public's knowledge through horticultural, environmental and community service.

The Atlantic Highlands Historical Society presents speakers and other programs on the third Wednesday of every month at 7:30 pm from April until November.  Programs are free and open to the public, and refreshments are provided.  This program will be held at the Strauss Mansion Museum 27 Prospect Circle in Atlantic Highlands. The Strauss Mansion Museum is a registered national and state historic building.

The Atlantic Highlands Historical Society presents speakers and other programs on the third Wednesday of every month at 7:30 pm from April until November.  Programs are free and open to the public, and refreshments are provided.  This program will be held at the Strauss Mansion Museum 27 Prospect Circle in Atlantic Highlands. The Strauss Mansion Museum is a registered national and state historic building.
 

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