The Door County Master Gardeners Association (DCMGA) announces the third in a series of summertime educational events celebrating their free public display garden, The Garden Door. The garden is located on Highway 42 on the grounds of the UW Peninsular Agricultural Research Station. Join the DCMGA at the Peninsular Agricultural Research Station on Aug. 14 at 7 pm for the 90-minute program, “Composting and Integrated Pest Management.”
For a change of pace, the presentations are in the research station’s classroom this month. Two sections of the Master Gardener training films will be screened: Composting (46 minutes) and Integrated Pest Management: How It Works (23 minutes). For DCMGA volunteers who completed the training more than just a few years ago, this is an opportunity to get a good taste of the new and much improved training materials. For new DCMGA volunteers, this is a chance to get an easy refresher course on two important topics. Participants will have the opportunity to visit and wander through The Garden Door, this beautiful public display garden. For more information visit dcmga.org.