Growing Community Gardens
A gathering for Prince George’s County gardeners to build community, learn from each other, and gain gardening skills
Saturday, March 24, 2012, 10 am – 3 pm
University of Maryland Center for Educational Partnership
6200 Sheridan St., Riverdale, MD 20737
Join us for workshops, a panel discussion, and lunch
$20 per person
Workshop #1: Plant and Pest Identification and Organic Control by Jon Traunfeld, Director of the University of Maryland Home and Garden Information Center and State Master Gardener Coordinator.
Workshop #2:Garden Planning and Crop Rotation by Elizabeth Olson, Master Gardener and Certified Professional Horticulturist.
Panel Discussion: “Successful Community Gardens” with Esther Mitchell from University of Maryland Extension Master Gardener Coordinator; Alexandria Lippincott, Co-Chair, Sheridan Street Community Garden Club; Dave Kneipp from the Prince George’s County Department of Parks and Recreation; and Gül Güleryüz from M-NCPPC.
Contact Christie Balch at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (301) 779-2806 x706 for additional information or if you'd like to register by mail and pay with a check
Hosted by University of Maryland Extension Prince George's County
Eric C. Olson, Council Member, District 3, Prince George's County Council
Ingrid M. Turner, Council Member, District 4, Prince George's County Council
MOM's Organic Market
Prince George's County Farm Bureau, Inc.
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University of Maryland Extension
University of Maryland Extension (UME) is a statewide, non-formal education system within the college of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.
Visit http://extension.umd.edu for more information.