Master RAIN Gardener Class

Master Rain Gardeners earn their certificate by taking the class and building a rain garden. The class trains people to design and install rain gardens - and to serve as their neighborhood expert.

Master Rain Gardeners help friends and neighbors to learn about, design and plant rain gardens. Recognize them by their Master Rain Gardener t-shirts!

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  1. Summer Online Class
  2. Winter Class
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Summer Online Classes

  • Location: Live, online! Login from your computer or smart phone
  • Cost: $40

Requirements

Participants must attend all five classes and plant or adopt a rain garden to receive their Master Rain Gardener certificate.

Register

REGISTER HERE! Registration is through Ann Arbor Rec & Ed. If you have any questions, Email Susan Bryan.

Dates & Times

Class is Thursday lunchtimes 12:00-1:00, July 12th-August 9th, 2018.

Teachers

Susan Bryan, Rain Garden Coordinator

Susan has designed over 80 residential rain gardens and mentored over 350 homeowners planting rain gardens. She is a past President of Wild Ones, has a Master of Landscape Architecture from University of Michigan, and is a Master Gardener.

Harry Sheehan, Deputy Water Resources Commissioner

Harry is responsible for planning and financing ongoing education efforts, and spearheading innovative projects that keep our rivers running clean.

Shannan Gibb-Randall, Principal at InSite Design Studio, Inc.

Shannan leads InSite Design's ecologically sensitive landscape design work. Her background is in Art History and Landscape Architecture from University of Michigan. Projects in her portfolio include the City of Ann Arbor Municipal Center, the Great Lakes Garden at Matthaei Botanical Gardens, and the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center Courtyard.