Getting Dirty in Your Garden
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|Diane Currier, owner of Honeygirl Meadery, shares how a visit to Alaska motivated her to start her meadery and a how her award-winning mead is made. Listen to this interview to learn more about the Durham-based Honeygirl Meadery.|
|Three students at East Chapel Hill High School, Brooke, Julia and Danielle, and Environmental Science Teacher, Mr. Edward Kaybay, share their experience starting a pollinator garden at their school. Listen to their interview to hear their good work!|
|Be inspired to visit the installation of the Japanese Garden in the Asiatic Arboretum of the the Sarah P. Duke Gardens. Listen to the interview of Matt Luks-Jurutka, Assistant Horticulturist at the Asiatic Arboretum.|
|Bobby Ward, author of Chlorophyll in his Veins, J. C. Raulston Horticultural Ambassador, shares his insight into the life of J. C. Raulston. The exhibit, “Plan and Plant for a Better World” will be at D.H. Hill Library until January 8, 2017.|
|Charlotte Glen, North Carolina Cooperative Extension Agent in Chatham County. Planning for native plants includes plant needs, soils, water, and sun.|
|Harold Johnson, Extension Master Gardener Durham County. An introduction to Bonsai: selecting the plant, the container, potting media, fertilization, insect and disease management, watering and resources for success.|
|Heather Summers, Program Coordinator, NC Botanical Garden Native Seed Saving and Seed Distribution Program as well strategies to germinate seeds.|
|Chris Liloia, Curator, North Carolina Botanical GardenThe Benefits of Native Plants and Native Habitat Gardens|
|How to Become an NC State Extension Master Gardener Volunteer in Durham County. Why to become a volunteer. How to get an application. Class dates. Fees, Volunteer Requirements and Where to go for more information.|
|Saturday, April 30, 2016, NC Extension Master Gardener Plant Sale Johnston County 8a.m. to 12p.m. Natives, annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, house plants and more. 715 Amelia Church Rd., Clayton, NC|
|The NC Tomato Man Provides Insights, Tips and Strategies||Tune in for expert advise on selecting and growing tomatoes in North Carolina. The NC Tomato Man, Craig LeHoullier, shares history, tips and interesting facts.|
|Dr. John Harrelson Tips and strategies for gardeners to prevent injuries to backs, shoulders, necks and wrists.|
|Cheralyn Schmidt, Horticulture Extension Agent, Durham County Nutrition, Horticulture, Community Gardening, Extension Master Gardener Volunteers, Youth Gardening and much more. Welcome Cheralyn!|