Hypertufa What? Make a Fun Garden Project! 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM (EDT)
Attention Moms and Teachers - Here's a Great Summer Craft Project for Kids!
Summer is the perfect time to get crafty with the kids or for teachers to learn projects to take back to the classroom. With this fun and easy project, you can make your own garden containers, fake rocks, stepping stones and decorative garden acents. This lightweight artificial stone is easy to make and has many uses. You will take home the items you create in class along with the recipe to make hypertufa at home. All materials provided. This class fills up fast. Advance payment of $10 (per person) for materials fee guarantees spot in class and is due by July 11, 2014. Cash or check only, make checks payable to Manatee County Friends of Extension. Please send materials fee to:
Manatee County Agriculture and Extension
Attention: C. Mozeleski
1303 17th Street West
Palmetto, Florida 34221
Bring your own rubber or latex gloves, face mask, and small trowel. Presented by Beth Komyati, Master Gardener 2012.
Programs of the Extension Service are available to all without discrimination with respect to race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, political opinions, or affiliations.
The Manatee County Agriculture and Extension Service provides the educational resources of the University of Florida through materials and training to the citizens of Manatee County. Topics relate to gardening, landscaping, water conservation and more. It is cooperatively funded by Manatee County Government, the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (I.F.A.S.) and the United States Department of Agriculture (U.S.D.A.).
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UF/IFAS Manatee County Agriculture & Extension Service - Urban Horticulture
The mission of Manatee County Agriculture and Extension Service is to serve the citizens of Manatee County with the best information and educational programming available, thus enabling citizens to solve problems, capitalize on opportunities, and enhance the quality of their lives. This could mean increased agricultural production, energy or water conservation, responding to environmental issues, providing information for families or addressing youth development.