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Hello, welcome to my site!

I’m Eve Hanlin, a landscape designer, gardening geek, wild edible plant forager, and dahlia farmer.

I offer landscape design services, workshops, and consultations in the Clark County, WA area. My knowledge and services are primarily based around two subjects, gardening and foraging for wild edible plants. Additionally, I offer topics such as Wildlife Gardening, Sustainable Garden Design, Vegetable Gardening, Plant Disease Diagnosis, Cut Flower Farming, and more!

My background includes seven years as a  WSU Master Gardener (Class of 2011), an OSU Permaculture Design Certification, and much more. I’m also a student at Clark College in Vancouver, WA, working toward an eventual master’s degree in Botany. Most importantly, I practice the subjects I like to teach about. I’m slowly converting my backyard into a sustainably designed natural garden ecosystem. You can read more about my background here.

If you would have any questions or want to just say hi, please send me an email! I’d love to hear from you. You can also follow me on Facebook and Instagram.

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Introduction to Perennial Agriculture

When: Sun, June 10th, 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Where: Gail’s Learning Center, 15525 NE Caples Rd, Brush Prairie, WA 98606

 Registration is closed

More food, less maintenance? It sounds like a vegetable gardener’s fantasy, but unique species of perennial edibles, planted effectively, can make this dream come true. Trees with edible leaves? Salad greens that regrow each year on their own, sometimes even in the snow? Join us to learn a new way to vegetable garden, the basics of planting a “food forest,” edible perennial plant species that grow well in our area, and how this new agricultural movement may even save the world.

Workshop: Intro to Urban Foraging

When: Saturday, June 23, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Where: Columbia Springs Swift Classroom, 12208 SE Evergreen Hwy, Vancouver, WA 98683

There is a $10/person fee for this class. Pre-registration is required: Sign-up Here! 

Did you know edible plants grow ubiquitously in our urban areas? Some are the common ornamental plants we grow in our gardens, and some are the weeds we cannot get rid of fast enough. This workshop will teach how to safely identify and prepare these urban edible plants and ultimately improve access to nutritious foods.

This workshop includes an introduction to the practice of urban foraging, safety considerations, and an overview of how to prepare some common urban edibles. We will also go on a guided walk around the site. This walk provides a special opportunity to interact and study the characteristics of common edible plants found in Clark County and beyond. This fun and informative workshop will have its guests looking at their backyards in a whole new light.


Wildlife Gardening

When: Wed, June 27th, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Where: Gail’s Learning Center, 15525 NE Caples Rd, Brush Prairie, WA 98606

$25 per person. Pre-registration is required. Register HERE.

A well designed landscape can be more than beautiful. Turn even the smallest yard into a habitat for wildlife. In this workshop, we will learn design strategies to sustainably attract creatures of all sizes. We’ll share creative ways to develop habitat, water features, food sources, and more. Learn all about Pacific Northwest native plants, local food chains, and the positive impact your backyard can have.

Register today!