”Diggin’ In - Garden Tool Maintenance”
By Post Tuesday, October 08, 2013, 07:12 PM EDT
THE MASTER GARDENERS OF BERGEN COUNTY Presentation ”Diggin’ In - Garden Tool Maintenance”
At the next meeting of the Bergen County Master Gardeners, there will be a program: “Diggin’ In - Garden Tool Maintenance “ presented by Pamela Davis.
Everyone is welcome to join the Master Gardeners to learn all about how and when to take care of your gardening tools, and learn about new tools, and some old forgotten tools, too.
Pamela Davis is a passionate gardener, who loves to share her knowledge of gardening by educating and empowering children and adults through environmentally sound and sustainable practices from seed to pantry (and everything in between). As an independent consultant Pam offers workshops and training classes which include, community, school and urban gardening. She holds certificates in Gardening, Ornamental Horticulture, and Flower Garden Design from NYBG; She is a Master Gardener, certified through Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Westchester County; a certified Master Composter through Bronx Green Up and the Department of Sanitation NYC, and a Just Food Trainer with Just Food City Farms NYC. In 2012, Pam completed training as a Master Food Preserver, in addition to being an instructor within children’s education at the Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden and a trainer within the Institute for Teacher Training at NYBG.
The presentation will be held on: Tuesday October 22, 2013 at 7:30pm, at The County Administration Building, One Bergen Plaza, County Place, Hackensack, NJ in the 1st Floor Multi Purpose Room, . There is plenty of parking & easy access to the building. Meetings are open to all interested gardeners, free of charge, and refreshments, followed by announcements, start at 7pm. For more details, directions or other Master Gardeners activities, please contact: Tracey Fraser (201) 768 1856 or visit our website: http://mgofbc.org.
Also, please support the special food collection: The Master Gardeners "Cans for Community" project, helping our neighbors in need. Please donate any non-perishable food items or, donate a monetary gift: gift card or check (payable to The Center for Food Action). Every donation helps! Thank you.