Discover the three essential elements of a Bay Friendly Yard with Save the Great South Bay Director of Habitat Restoration Frank Piccininni.
Saturday, January 16, 10-11 AM via Zoom
The typical suburban lawn relies heavily on fertilizers, pesticides, and huge amounts of water. It’s polluting, expensive, lifeless, and tired. Bay Friendly Yards are beautiful, full of life, less expensive to maintain, and help filter groundwater before it hits a creek or the Bay. In this 20-minute presentation, we will discuss the three essential elements of a Bay Friendly Yard and how you can easily incorporate them into your very own yard. Bring your questions - lots of time for Q&A after the presentation!
Frank Piccininni, Director of Habitat Restoration
In addition to his law degree, Frank is a biologist and avid environmentalist. His role at Save The Great South Bay includes researching, designing, and implementing native plantings across the South Shore, such as sump to sanctuary and native swamp forest projects. Frank is a Senior Attorney at Sterling Risk and co-founder at SMPIL Consulting as well as the General Counsel at The Root Cause.