Rita Miller will show you how to wow your guests with your fall floral arrangements.
Bill McKnight, The Mad Botanist will discuss garden activities to prepare for winter.
Nature PBS DVD presentation “Leave it to Beavers” The fascinating story of beavers in North America and their impact in transforming and reviving our landscape. The public educational program part of the January meeting will take place from 6:30-7:30PM. After the presentation, the Hancock County Master Gardener Association will meet for a business and planning […]
A day of educational workshops and vendors featuring “must have” garden tools and supplies for your garden. Speakers include: Melinda Myers, garden author of over 20 books, lecturer, TV/Radio host and contributing editor to Birds and Blooms magazine. Marcy Dailey, herbalist, owner of Fawn Run Farm Mercantile, Gold Level Master Gardener. Joe Grady, specialist in fermenting food […]
Darlene Trusty, a Hancock County Master Gardener will speak on “Terrariums and Miniature Gardening.” The public educational program part of the February meeting will take place from 6:30-7:30PM. After the presentation, the Hancock County Master Gardener Association will meet for a business and planning meeting 7:30-8:30PM.
2020 Gardener Symposium: Spring Brings Flower Power! Spend the day with like-minded gardeners, learning about everyday sustainability and more to enhance your home landscape. All decorations and utensils will be reusable or compostable! Participation is limited to 120 people and is open to the public. Fee is $40 and includes a goodie bag, reusable coffee […]
The event includes the 25th annual Pansy sale, yarn and garden vendors, free tree and seed giveaway, gardening demonstrations, public educational programs, the chance to bring in a soil sample for a simple pH test, and a food truck on site. Three EMG continuing educational hours are also available. Colletta Kosiba “Poison in the Garden” […]