Douglas County Extension, our “Mother Ship”, is offering a variety of horticulture classes this spring. The Master Gardeners are helping to facilitate and teach several of these programs. Subjects include composting, pollinators, soil building, plant diseases and more. Most are at no cost and some require a fee or pre-registration. Check the location column for details on each listing. You can call the extension office at 785-843-7058 for more information. The first program is on March 21st. Click on the list to see a larger view.
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