DCMGA Begins Garden Education Series

The Door County Master Gardener Association (DCMGA, will hold its 2020 garden education series at Crossroads at Big Creek on Tuesdays at 7 pm starting Feb. 11. All are invited to attend these free programs and enjoy treats provided by DCMGA volunteers.

The program topics are “What’s New for 2020” by Kori Zawojski, owner of Sunnypoint Gardens, on Feb. 11; “Brown Is a Color, Too” by Ben Futa, director of the Allen Centennial Garden in Madison, on March 3; “Spiders and People: An Uneasy Relationship” by Mike Draney, chair of UW-Green Bay’s Department of Natural and Applied Sciences, on March 10; “How to Attract, Feed and House Birds” by Charlotte Lukes on March 31; “Sanctuary Gardens: Refuge in the City” by Molly Doane of the University of Illinois Department of Anthropology on April 7; “Soil Health: It’s More Than ‘Just Dirt’” by Jamie Patton of UW-Madison’s College of Agricultural and Life Sciences on April 14; “Road Trippin’: Gardens of Wisconsin” by Mark Konlock, director of horticulture at the Green Bay Botanical Garden, on April 21; “Cool Coleus” by Mark Dwyer, owner of Landscape Prescriptions by MD, on April 28; and “Plant Sale Preview and Growing Tips” by the DCMGA Plant Sale Committee on May 5.

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