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Alameda County Master Gardeners Fall Seminar

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[sidebar] The Wild & Wonder of Bay Area Gardening
Saturday, October 26, 8:30-3:00pm
Lake Merritt Garden Center, Oakland, CA[/sidebar]

Follow the garden cycle from dream to harvest at The Wild & Wonder of Bay Area Gardening, a one-day series of lively workshops presented by the University of California Alameda County Master Gardeners. Attendees may choose 3, 90-minute classes from the list below:

 

IMAGINING

The Beautiful Edible Garden  Leslie Bennett & Stefani Bittner

Lawnless Landscape  Kelly Marshall

Planting a Food Forest  Christopher Shein

DIGGING IN

Weeds: Yank ‘em or Thank ‘em  Mark Brunell

Winter Veggies in Wonderland  Pam Peirce

Coping with Critters (Safely)  Andrew Sutherland

ENRICHING

Small Gardens:  Right Plant, Right Place  Susan Handjian

Herbal Delights  Rosemary Loveall Sale

Creating Habitat for Wildlife  George McRae

HARVESTING

The Almighty Tomato, Drying Herbs & Other Edibles, and Very Berry Jellies & Jams El Dorado County Master Food Preservers.

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