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Spring Garden Lecture Series
Spring Garden Lecture Series
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Date/Time
Tuesday, March 25th 2014
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
Rm A, Albemarle County Office Building

2014 Spring Garden Lecture Series:
sponsored by Piedmont Master Gardeners

Tuesdays (7:00 PM to 8:30 PM)
March 4 – DORIS HAMILL: “Biochar: Garden Superstar”
March 11 – ALEX NIEMIERA, PhD: “Barking Up the Right Trees”
March 18 – IRA WALLACE: “Growing Great Vegetables”
March 25 – LAURIE FOX: “Managing Storm Water …Beautifully”

Location: Room A, Albemarle County Building- 1600 5th Street Ext.
Ticket Prices: $8 Per Lecture or $25 for the Four Lecture Series (a $7 Discount) pre-registration recommended, Walk-ins welcome
Flyer/registration form http://www.piedmontmastergardeners.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/SLS_Flyer.pdf

More information: 434-872-4580, (M-F, 9-5; Virginia Cooperative Extension)
Piedmont Master Gardeners is supported by the Virginia Cooperative Extension

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