White County Extension is hosting Wednesday ZOOM horticultural topics.
The ZOOM sessions start at 12:05 pm.
Preregistration is required.
See Buddy Messages for registration and how to use ZOOM.
The following presentations are scheduled for the series:
Field Specialist in Horticulture for the University of Missouri Extension in Springfield, MO
Behind the Scenes Tour of the Springfield Botanical Gardens
The Springfield Botanical Gardens is a 114 acre oasis within the city limits of Springfield, Missouri. The Gardens are home to the Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden, the Roston Native Butterfly House, nationally recognized hosta and daylily display gardens, the Master Gardeners of Greene County Demonstration Garden, and much more. During this virtual tour, you will learn about the many gardens as well as the educational mission that make up this beautiful place.
Dr. Vic Ford
Fungi with a Fun Guy
Ever wondered about the fungi growing in your garden or yard? Let’s explore an unknown world at your feet.
County Extension Agent - Agriculture - White County Agent
Success with Succulents
Extension Educator - Consumer Horticulture
Growing Pumpkins in Home Garden
Farm Management Specialist - Unniversity of Tennessee
“Growing Christmas Trees for Fun, Family or Profit”.
Alan’s full-time work is as an area farm management specialist with the University of Tennessee Extension covering 12 counties in middle Tennessee. He provides farm financial planning assistance and educational programs on budgeting, agritourism, estate planning and income taxes. In 2017 he led the effort to write the “Tennessee Christmas Tree Production Manual” and conduct workshops on growing Christmas trees.
Horticulture Agent in Casper, Wyoming
White County Extension Agent - Agriculture
Oh Deer! Options for Pesky Deer in Gardens and Yards
For more information on gardening, contact the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Baxter County Extension office at 870-425-2335.
Happy is in full bloom!!
Drive by the Extension Office project site and take a look!
SOURCE: Amy Grant, "Gardening for Mental Health: How to Manage Isolation by Gardening,