Extensive urban growth over the last few decades has had a significant impact on habitat that birds and other wildlife once called home. You, as a homeowner, have a unique opportunity to curtail this loss of habitat by creating your own backyard wildlife sanctuary.

NatureScaping of Southwest Washington is a non-profit, all volunteer, educational organization whose goal is to educate and encourage homeowners to make their yards and gardens a sanctuary for birds and other wildlife.

Membership above the $20 level will support maintaining the gardens fencing, irrigation, educational materials and more.

Support the Wildlife Botanical Gardens

Become a Member

Current Class Offerings - 2017

Class Location
CASEE Center, Building B, Rm. 206
11104 NE 149th Street
Brush Prairie WA 98606
Class Fees
  • Free for NatureScaping Members
  • $15.00 Non-member
  • Membership is $20/year (15.00 for seniors)
  • Members receive 1 year of free classes.

Registration

Register by email. Please send your name, phone number, and the class you want to attend to: Info@naturescaping.org or marlene52ns@gmail.com or call 360-737-1160.

Other Info

  • Our classes are approved for Master Gardener Continuing Education Credit
  • Classes may be held partially or completely in Wildlife Botanical Gardens, please dress appropriately for weather.

Restoring our Environment

July 15th, 2017
10am-12pm

Jeff Wittler, Manager of Clark Public Utilities' watershed enhancement program (and co-founder of NatureScaping and the Wildlife Botanical Gardens)

Interested in stream and habitat restoration? Come learn about what you can do to reverse damage to natural habitat, prevent erosion, help with flood control, improve streambank stability and preserve the value of your land. All of this while creating a beautiful natural space to enjoy for years to come.

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Lasagna Gardening Workshop

August 19, 2017
10am-12pm

Presented by Barb Rider & Lee Clapp, Master Composter/Recyclers of Clark County

Join us and learn an easy, frugal and quick method of creating a raised garden bed you assemble from scratch with organic materials readily available. No tilling or turning required! Don't worry if your soil is clay, rock, sand, grass or weeds - this method goes right over the top of (just about) anything. The classroom portion will include the basics of how it works, what materials to gather and answer typical questions. We’ll put our knowledge to work in the hands-on portion where you and your classmates will build and plant a lasagna garden bed in the Wildlife Botanical Gardens newest "Rain Garden".

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Upcoming Event

Art In The Garden

July 9th, 2017
10am-4pm

The gardens will be in full bloom along with artists featuring a full spectrum of garden and fine art. You may find that treasure you have been looking for!

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Master Composter/Recycler Classes at the Wildlife Botanical Gardens Compost Site

Register for these free workshops at columbiasprings.org/mcr/classes.html