Tickets went on sale on Dec. 7 for the Jefferson County Master Gardener Foundation’s 2022 Lawn & Garden Virtual Lecture Sequence. The series will be carried out in a live webinar format, and will run on six consecutive Saturdays from Jan. 8-Feb. 12.
Each lecture will operate from 10 a.m.–noon and will past about 90 minutes,. Just about every party will make it possible for time for the viewers to talk to concerns.
The cost for the overall six-lecture series is $60 one-celebration tickets are out there for $12.
Get tickets at yardandgarden.brownpapertickets.com.
The collection will element:
• Linda Gilkeson, entomologist, non-public advisor, instructor and finest-providing creator of “Backyard Bounty: The Complete Guidebook to 12 months-Round Organic Gardening in the Pacific Northwest,” provides a Jan. 8 presentation titled, “Planning Your 12-Month Back garden.”
• Bess Bronstein, educator, ISA-accredited arborist and horticultural marketing consultant with 35 several years of encounter in arboriculture, landscape administration and garden style and design, offers “How to Effectively Prune Any Shrub” on Jan. 15.
• Eric Lee-Mäder, co-director of the Pollinator Software at the Xerces Society for invertebrate conservation, and author of various textbooks about bees — like “Attracting Native Pollinators and Farming with Effective Insects” — will lecture on “Bring Back the Pollinators: Sowing Biodiversity for Bees and Helpful Insects” on Jan. 22.
• Christina Pfeiffer, writer of “Pacific Northwest Month-By-Month Gardening: What to Do Every single Thirty day period to Have a Lovely Garden All Calendar year,” and horticulturist with an emphasis on sustainable and efficient methods, will lecture on “What on Earth? Having Care of Garden Soils” Jan. 29.
• David Seabrook, a Jefferson County fire district commissioner, volunteer for the Department of Unexpected emergency Management and the Foods Techniques Unit, Master Gardener, and local climate transform activist, gives “Growing Community Food Technique Resilience for Unsure Times” on Feb. 5.
• James Cassidy, a Oregon Point out University soil science teacher for additional than 15 decades — and school advisor for the common OSU Organic Growers Club — offers “Mulches and Crop Rotations” on Feb. 12.
The occasion is cosponsored by Washington Point out University’s Jefferson County Extension Assistance.
Ticket income enable assistance Jefferson County Master Gardener Method plans. For more info, stop by jcmgf.org.