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22 January 2019

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Brown Bag Lunch Series for 2014

‘BROWN BAG LUNCH’ GARDEN SERIES 2014
AT UNIVERSITY OF MO EXTENSION OFFICE
MASTER GARDENERS DEMONSTRATION GARDEN
122 FELKINS ST, FORSYTH, MO

CLASSES ARE HELD THE FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH AT NOON
Pack your lunch and join us in our garden setting for casual, informative programs

THIS YEAR WE INTRODUCE TWO NEW SATURDAY CLASSES AT 10 AM

Remaining Classes

JULY 1 LASAGNA GARDENING
CHARLIE PHANEUF, Master Gardener
Lasagna gardening is a no-dig, no-till organic
gardening method that results in a rich, fluffy
soil with very little work from the gardener.
PERFECT METHOD FOR TOUGH OZARK HILLS


AUG 5 BUTTERFLY GARDENING
TOM RILEY, Master Gardener

SEPT 9 RAISED BED/WINTER
GARDENING ED FISHER
Turn a raised bed into a cold frame or winter
greenhouse. In the spring you can remove the
plastic and add row cover to protect plants from
the weather.


SAT OCT 4
PASS ALONG PLANTS
MARVA RAMSEY, Master Gardener
Explore traditions from the Oregon Trail Roses to
today’s Southern Culture of plants traveling
from one gardener to another. We will also
discuss and demonstrate basics of dividing,
propagation and saving seeds.
A FREE PLANT SHARE WILL FOLLOW


Classes are free and open to everyone as part of community education sponsored by the
Master Gardeners of the Ozarks, volunteers with the University of Missouri Extension.

For further information contact the Taney County MU Extension Center at 417-546-4431
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Master Gardener Training - 2014

Master Gardener Classes Now Forming

Master Gardener classes are usually offered in Taney and Christian Counties in Autumn of each year. Registrations are being accepted for the 2014 core training class. Please contact our office at 417-357-6812 or print the registration brochure. Also be sure and check the schedule and subjects offered in the core training. The class size is limited so register early. The first scheduled class is October 16th.

pdf Master Gardener Training - Registration Brochure 479.76 Kb

pdf Master Gardener Training - Schedule and Subjects 144.77 Kb

We are having a no obligation informational meeting / orientation on the classes and what master gardeners do at 1:30, Monday, Sept. 29 at OTC Table Rock Campus at Hollister. Call us for more information.

Pass-Along-Plant Workshop

The Master Gardeners of the Ozarks will be presenting a program called “Pass Along Plants”, on Saturday, October 4, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. in the native plant and herb demonstration garden located behind the Taney County University of Missouri Extension office.  The office is located at 122 Felkins Avenue in Forsyth and is the first house on the right just past the Taney County Judicial center.  Pass along plants travel from one gardener to another.  Each holds a story of where it came from and the loving hands that grew it.

The Master Gardeners will be discussing the basics of dividing plants, propagation, and saving seeds to share with family members, friends and neighbors along with some of the history and traditions.

If you are a new gardener and looking to get started, Master Gardeners will be bringing in plant and many will be available from the Demonstration Garden to share.  We invite you to bring in a few of your favorite plants or seeds to share in a pass along tradition.

Come and join the Master Gardeners as they explore the traditions of “Pass Along Plants”.   “The best part of pass alongs is that you can’t give or receive a piece of a plant without giving or receiving a piece of gardening advice” said Marva Ramsey, Master Gardener of the Ozarks member.

For more information call the Taney County Extension Center 417-546-4431

MG Ozarks Impact in 2014

Editor's Note: The Master Gardeners of the Ozarks have produced far reaching effects on their environment and the public in 2014. This content is re-published from the Master Gardeners of the Ozarks Annual Report for 2014, produced and written by our mentor and advisor, Tim Schnakenberg with Missouri Extension. You can download the PDF version of this report here:

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Gardening has become an important activity of many Southwest Missourians. Gardening is an excellent way to beautify our landscape and provide a healthy activity for the homeowner. It also is a huge industry in our region and impacts water quality. To help address the general horticulture and gardening needs of the public, a thriving Master Gardener program is present in Stone and Taney Counties. Master Gardeners are University of Missouri trained volunteers who assist with organized horticulture education programs for the gardening public. As of December 31, there were 110 Master Gardeners in the Master Gardeners of the Ozarks chapter. Of these there are 63 who reside in Stone County, 40 residing in Taney County, three in Barry County, two in Christian County and two who reside in Boone County, Arkansas.

Read more: MG Ozarks Impact in 2014

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Master Gardeners of the Ozarks Presents:

Garden Programs at the Kimberling Area Library

March - September
3rd Wednesday of the month
10 AM in the Community Room

Our program resumes March 20th, 2019
Budget Wise Gardening presented by Alice Troyke

Stay Tuned for the new program schedule in early 2019

Springtime in the Garden

Springtime in the Garden

Master Gardeners of the Ozarks Presents:

Springtime in the Garden

PLANT SALE AND MORE!
Taney County Extension Office
122 Felkins Ave
Forsyth, MO

Saturday, April 27th, 2019
Plant Sale, Arbor Day & Educational Activities

STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS!

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