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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, Permaculture, 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 full-time student at Clark College in Vancouver, WA. Most importantly, I practice the subjects I like to teach about. I’m slowly converting my backyard into a sustainably designed natural garden ecosystem.

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

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Lasagna Gardening

When: Saturday, September 15th, 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Where: Washougal Community Library- 1661 C Street, Washougal, WA 98671

FREE! Learn more at https://fvrl.librarymarket.com/events/lasagna-gardening-eve-hanlin

Learn the world’s greatest all-in-one soil-building, mulching, and composting technique!
Lasagna gardening is composting directly in your garden, using layers. It is a great way to put your garden to bed for the winter, as this technique simultaneously mulches, fertilizes, and builds garden soil.
Together, we will build a lasagna garden bed in the Washougal Library’s vegetable garden. Bring your gardening gloves; this workshop will include a hands-on project. If you have any compostable materials to contribute, please bring them with you. This could be leaves, newspaper, shredded paper, coffee grounds, grass or plant clippings, corn stalks, or fruit & vegetable scraps.