Horseshoe Bay Property Owners' Association Survey
1.
Would you be interested in attending a speech on Oak Wilt?



Fact: the most common symptom of Oak Wilt in Live Oaks is veinal necrosis, but thinning of the canopy and lack of vigor can be additional indicators.


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Extremely Interested
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Would you take advantage of community shredding at Quail Point on Earth Day?


Fact: Community shredding services help protect individuals from Identity Theft.
Definitely
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3.
Would you participate in a neighborhood side street clean-up day on Earth Day?


Fact: Prospective homeowners will be attracted to a community with clean streets and sidewalks because they reflect well on the community leaders, management, and citizens of the neighborhood.

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4.
Which presentation from a Horticulturist would you attend? Quite simply, SFG allows vegetables and flowers to be planted very close together in raised beds that can be framed with natural, non-rotting wood such as cedar. The beds can be anywhere from 2 feet by 4 feet to 4 feet by 12 feet, with the most common configuration being 4 feet by 4 feet.
Native Planting
Xeriscape flower beds
Square foot gardening
Hydroponics
None of the above
5.
Would you take advantage of recycling electronics at Quail Point on Earth Day? 

Choosing to recycle used electronics over landfill disposal reduces the need to process raw materials for new products.
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6.
Would you like to have variety of gardening vendors with information, demonstration and products to purchase at Quail Point Lodge on Earth Day?

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Not Likely
7.

Do you have any other ideas for Earth Day Activities/Events that you would like the HSB POA to consider?

 

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