Join Master Gardeners Diane Kenworthy and Marsha Anderson as they cover a range of integrated pest management-related topics such as healthy soils, beneficial insects, and reduced-risk pesticides.
You'll also take a walking tour of Sonoma Garden Park! Learn from the Master Gardeners as they search out and identify real-life examples of the issues faced by today's gardeners.
This event is limited to 20 participants.
Please arrive 15 minutes before the workshop to complete the sign-in process. We recommend that you bring a hat, water, wear walking shoes, and dress in comfortable layers!
Diane Kenworthy has been a Master Gardener since 2011. Her current day job is working as a vineyard manager and she has been based in Sonoma Valley since 2001.
Sonoma County Master Gardeners are trained and certified University of California (UC) volunteers whose mission is to provide unbiased, high quality, science-based information to non-commercial home gardeners in Sonoma County.
The Sonoma County Master Gardener (SCMG) program has been extending information and providing technical assistance to home gardeners since 1981. They answer gardening questions and take a proactive role in extending information for community improvement. For more information, visit http://ucanr.edu/sites/scmg/
Sonoma Garden Park is a 6.1 acre public park, working farm, and educational resource. The land was donated to the city of Sonoma in the 1970's by Pauline Bond, a retired schoolteacher and avid gardener. The Sonoma Ecology Center developed and has been maintaining the Garden Park since 1993.
Sonoma Garden Park (View)
19996 7th Street East
Sonoma, CA 95476
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