Green Gardening - Saving the World One Yard at a Time
Saturday, May 12th – 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Going Green is more than just a passing trend; making more eco-friendly choices has become a vital part of our everyday lives. Linda Crandall, St. Mary’s County Master Gardener and Bay-Wise Coordinator, will offer sound suggestions on bringing planet preserving techniques and practices to gardening. From selecting the right plants and materials to disposing of yard waste, simple steps make a difference.
Come and learn some tips and strategies for ways to have a beautiful yard without having a negative impact on the world around you. Everyone will leave knowing how to garden smarter, no matter what size of yard they have, while at the same time helping our local environment and promoting better water quality in the Chesapeake Bay.
Ms. Crandall is also a wonderful cook who loves preparing meals using the fresh vegetables and herbs that grow in the little potager right outside her kitchen door. Linda has lived here in St. Mary's County for more than 25 years, and along with her work as a Master Gardener, she also volunteers locally at Annmarie Garden.
Advance reservations required. Please call 301-373-2280 or 800-681-0850 to make your reservation, as space is limited. Pricing for this event: Non-members: $15 per person; Members: $12 per person.