Incredible Edible Gardening Conference

The “Incredible Edible Gardening Conference” , a day of gardening information and demonstrations for the Northeast Tennessee gardener will be held at the Kingsport Higher Education Center, 300 W. Market Street, Kingsport, TN  on Tuesday, February 25, 2014.  There is no charge for this conference sponsored by the 2013 Master Gardener Class and UT Extension. The public is invited to attend.

 

Edible Landscapes – It’s More Than Growing Tomatoes” is the Keynote topic to be presented by Dr. Richard Moyer, King University Biology Professor. Breakout Sessions will be presented by Jeanne Cope, Master Gardener “Herbs and the Kitchen Garden”, Betty Moore, retired Manager,  Evergreen in Colonial Heights, “Gardening in Our Neck of the Woods” and Hugh Conlon, Retired UT Extension Horticulture Specialist “Starting Garden-Plants and Seeds”.

 

“Pruning Fruit Trees and Shrubs” and “Raised Bed Gardening Techniques” will be demonstrated in the afternoon workshops to be held at a residence in Sullivan Gardens.

 

To be eligible for door prizes, pre-register by February 18. Registration forms will be available on the netmga.net web site. For more information, call (423)737-7915 or email janemullins2013@gmail.com.

 

The “Incredible Edible Gardening Conference” , a day of gardening information and demonstrations for the Northeast Tennessee gardener will be held at the Kingsport Higher Education Center, 300 W. Market Street, Kingsport, TN  on Tuesday, February 25, 2014.  There is no charge for this conference sponsored by the 2013 Master Gardener Class and UT Extension. The public is invited to attend.

 

Edible Landscapes – It’s More Than Growing Tomatoes” is the Keynote topic to be presented by Dr. Richard Moyer, King University Biology Professor. Breakout Sessions will be presented by Jeanne Cope, Master Gardener “Herbs and the Kitchen Garden”, Betty Moore, retired Manager,  Evergreen in Colonial Heights, “Gardening in Our Neck of the Woods” and Hugh Conlon, Retired UT Extension Horticulture Specialist “Starting Garden-Plants and Seeds”.

 

“Pruning Fruit Trees and Shrubs” and “Raised Bed Gardening Techniques” will be demonstrated in the afternoon workshops to be held at a residence in Sullivan Gardens.

 

To be eligible for door prizes, pre-register by February 18. Registration forms will be available on the netmga.net web site. For more information, call (423)737-7915 or email janemullins2013@gmail.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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