Friday, March 01, 2013

Free Gardening Programs at Kimberling City Library Begin with Session on March 13

Contact: Tim Schnakenberg, agronomy specialist
Tel: (417) 357-6812

Members of the Master Gardeners of the Ozarks are conducting six free gardening programs in Kimberling City, Mo., during 2013. Each session begins at 10:30 a.m. and will be held in the community room of the Kimberling City Library.

No pre-registration required and the classes are open to the public.

March 13 – “Pruning Roses” by Bill Greet, Master Gardener

April 10 – “Favorite Hardy Perennials,” by Master Gardener Kathryn Kufal

May 8 – “Vegetable Cultivator for the Ozarks,” by Mike Flynn Master Gardener

June 12 – “Insects in the Garden,” by Tom Riley, Master Gardener

July 10 – “Green Manures for Soil Improvements” by Mike Flynn, Master Gardener

August 14 – “Preserving the Bounty of the Garden,” Joe and Cathy Wolven

For more information, contact the Stone County Extension Center at (417) 357-6812.

The Master Gardener Program is a popular and successful statewide volunteer community-service organization administered through University of Missouri Extension. The organization’s goal is to train gardeners who are willing to share their knowledge with others. Master Gardeners become volunteers of University of Missouri Extension and donate hours for community educational projects in horticulture.


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