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Natural Lawn Care Expert Catherine Zimmerman In Chattanooga July 9th
Organic lawn-care techniques can save homeowners money. Less mowing, less watering and less pesticides are used with natural landscaping.
Catherine Zimmerman, author of Urban and Suburban Meadows, will be in Chattanooga July 9th to talk about how natural landscaping can benefit both homeowners and the environment. Zimmerman is a writer, documentary filmmaker and a certified horticulturist. Chattanooga's new chapter of the Wild Ones organization is bringing her here. She'll be at the Chattanooga State Community College’s Humanities Auditorium on July 9th at 7 p.m.