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|ATLANTA: Just a few days left to preorder your fruit plants online for The IEGIY Fruit Tree, Vine & Berry Bush Sale to benefit Atlanta Local Food Initiative. Pre-sale runs through Jan 17. Walk-up sale event is Saturday, January 22, 2011 9am-noon. http://www.atlantalocalfood.org/fruit.htm
CUMMING: Saturday Library Lecture Series: Sculpture Design in the Garden presented by Forsyth County Cooperative Extension and Forsyth County Master Gardeners to introduce gardeners to the process of designing and creating functional and non-functional sculpture for their own landscape. Free but you must register. Saturdays 10:30-11:45 at Cumming Library. Part 1- Jan 22; Part 2-Feb. 26; Part 3-Hypertufa workshop TBA. To register call Forsyth County Extension Office at 770-887-2418. Info at http://www.ugaextension.com/forsyth/documents/SculptureDesig...
LAGRANGE: Bluebird Home Workshop at Hills and Dales Estate. Saturday, January 29, 2011, 10 am
$15/person Come to this workshop, led by Chris Smith, and learn how to create your own bluebird house and sanctuary. All materials provided. For adults and children age 10 and up. Call 706-882-3242 or e-mail [email protected] for more information. http://www.hillsanddales.org
WAYCROSS: Southeast Georgia Landscape Training Thursday, February 3, 2011 8:50 AM – 4:00 PM Okefenokee Technical College, 1701 Carswell Avenue, Waycross, GA 31503. Turf & Lawn ~ Landscapes ~ Color ~ Tree Care ~ Irrigation. Pesticide Credit Available. Register for only $45 until January 27! Registration after this date is $55. Lunch is provided for all attendees! Presented by: Okefenokee Technical College, UGA Extension & the UGA Center for Urban Agriculture. Space is limited - Register Today! For registration info contact OTC ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - CONTINUING EDUCATION (912) 287-5854 or (912)285-6361 or [email protected] or visit http://www.ugaextension.org/houston/news.html
STATESBORO: Georgia Southern Botanical Garden Lunch & Learn Series, Parts 3 and 4. February 3-Edible Landscaping, March 10-Gardens to Go. $20 per session. Space is limited. 912.871.1149 or http://welcome.georgiasouthern.edu/garden/calendar.htm
CARROLLTON: Gardening Workshops sponsored by Carroll County Master Gardeners. "Growing Healthy Turf" with Kevin Livingston Feb. 12, 9:30-12:30 and "Grow Your Own Vegetables" with Bryan Hager Feb. 19, 9:40-12:30. Both events are free and held at the Ag Center 900 Newnan Rd. Pre-registration is required @ 770-836-8546 or [email protected].
ATLANTA: Georgia Native Plant Society 16th Native Plant Symposium Saturday, February 19, 2011. The event this year will return to Mercer University Atlanta Campus near I-85 and I-285. The all day event includes lunch and several vendors in addition to a variety of topics: Gardens Inspired by Nature, When Plants are Affected by Transportation Projects, Showy Native Trees and Shrubs, The Soil Food Web, Invasives: Making a Difference in Your Back Yard. Please visit the website to get the details and register online: http://gnps.org/shortterm/Symposium_Announcement.php
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