Getting to Know Your Garden (in Bow): Practical Knowledge for People Who Grow Stuff
Any gardener can tell you that growing stuff means learning stuff. Identifying insects you've never seen, decoding the mysteries of fertilizer ratios and wondering who to call when your nearly ripe tomatoes suddenly start turning brown are just a few of the "learning opportunities" that gardeners frequently encounter.
As the growing season kicks up for gardeners, UNH Cooperative Extension brings the experts to you! This event will make space for shared learning through Q & A sessions and presentations on growing fruits and vegetables, ornamental horticulture, safely managing the pests devoted to undoing your best work and more.
"Getting to Know Your Garden" is a two hour event, open to the public and free to attend. There are 94 seats in the MCSB Meeting Room (located in the lower level).
Please consult this parking map for where you can park to attend this event. Please be aware that the Baker Free Library's main parking lot is for regular library patrons who are not attending a meeting/event. Meeting and event attendees must park in spaces designated on the map.
Jeremy DeLisle, Fruit & Vegetable Production Field Specialist
Rachel Maccini, Pesticide Safety Education Program Coordinator
Emma Erler, Education Center Program Coordinator