From the Ground and Up
FROM THE GROUND AND UP - SUMMER GARDENING WORKSHOP
Educational summer workshop for Master Gardeners, home gardeners and garden enthusiasts, Saturday, June 24, 2017 from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. Choose your path for the day from 12 morning classroom sessions and 6 afternoon hands-on sessions.
Check our website for more details https://extension.wsu.edu, click on "Events and Workshops",
After you pay, you will receive a confirmation of your payment, and a link to follow to select a workshop from each of the 3 sessions. Please write down the names of the sessions for which you registered and what you ordered for lunch. That information will also be available at registration.
Registration will begin at 8:00 am promptly. After registering you can browse the book sale and enjoy coffee, tea, and some snacks.
NOTE: Registration for lunches only will close on 6/17/2019.
8:35-9:40: Keynote Speaker: Sue Goetz, "Landscape Design-Before
9:40-9:50- Break and Book Sales in The Commons
9:50-10:50- Scott Vergara, "Drought Tolerance-What Does This
Diana Wisen, "Poisonous Plants"
Kevin Zobrist, "How are Drought, Insects, and
Disease Affecting our Trees?"
Taylor Fairbrother, "Mycorrhizae-Magnificent
Lisa Taylor, "Make Your Bed, Then Grow in It"
Cyndi Stuart,"Herb Gardening, Gardening with Herbs"
10:50-11:00-Break and Book Sales in The Commons
11:00-12:00-Scott Vergara, "Aquatic Container Gardening and
Diana Wisen, "Flowering Shrubs with Scents"
Sean Tait, "How Trees Communicate-Language of Trees"
Kathleen DeMaria, "Latin for Gardeners"
Lisa Taylor, "Tasty Heirlooms: Amazing Vegetables
You Simply Must Grow!"
Organic Seed Alliance, "Saving Seeds"
12:00-12:30-Lunch Break in Cafeteria, an optional lunch can be
ordered for an additional $11.50; Book
Sales in The Commons"
12:30-1:45 -Merrill Peterson, "Insects in Decline", Author of
"PNW Insects-Field Guide"
1:45-2:15- Break, Move to the Farm for some sessions, Book
Sales in the Commons"
2:15-3:30- Scott Vergara-Walk-"Landscape Critique"
Carolyn Doherty and the PCMG Propagation Group-
"Attracting Pollinators to the Garden"
Jim Kropf, Weed Walk
Taylor Fairbrother-"Inoculation-Growing Your Own
Lisa Taylor-"Garden Naturalist Walk About and
Organic Seed Alliance-"Hands on Seed Saving"
Franklin Pierce High School (View)
11002 18th Avenue East
Tacoma, WA 98445
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|