Alabama Cooperative Extension Morgan County offers Home Grounds and Gardens information.
Allyson Shabel, Alabama Cooperative Urban Extension Agent, presents a Rain Barrel class at Decatur Farmer’s Market. Classes such as this one are offered by Extension to encourage water conservation methods and bring awareness to non-point source water pollution. Allyson emphasized the fact that 50% of water pollution is non-point source that is a direct result of our daily actions.
Allyson participated in the Old Decatur Garden Tour where she taught at the Old State Banks’s herb garden about attracting pollinators to your garden. This this is only one of the many classes that Allyson offers to introduce information to help residents learn about researched based techniques for home grounds and gardens.