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Discover Your Best Life: Master Gardeners: 100 Years of Local Agriculture

Event Type: *Adult
Age Group(s): Adult, Seniors
Date: 2/6/2020
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM
Description:
 Do you know what industry is the largest economic sector in Missouri? And what contributes $17.8 billion to the St. Louis economy?
Agriculture!
Learn about the significance of agriculture in our area in the past 100 years.

This is one of eight classes in the Master Gardeners Series. The complete Master Gardeners Series includes:

Beginner Birdscaping - Wednesday, Jan 15 at 7 pm at Spencer Road Branch
Composting for Beginners - Tuesday, Jan 21 at 7 pm at Middendorf-Kredell Branch
Introduction to Growing Herbs - Wednesday, Jan 29 at 10 am at McClay Branch
100 Years of Agriculture in St. Louis - Thursday, Feb 6 at 7 pm at Library Express at WingHaven
Controlling Moles in Your Lawn and Garden - Monday, Feb 10 at 7 pm at Spencer Road Branch
Cool-Season Lawn - Wednesday, Feb 26 at 7 pm at Kathryn Linnemann
Annuals of O'Fallon - Saturday, Feb 29 at 10 am at Deer Run Branch
Controlling Moles in Your Lawn and Garden - Tuesday, March 3 at 7 pm at Spencer Road Branch
Library: Library Express WingHavenŽ    Map
Location: WH Meeting Room
Other Information:
 Master Gardeners Recommended Books:

Container Gardening Complete -- Jessica Walliser
Lasagna Gardening -- Patricia Lanza
Silent Spring -- Rachel Carson
Missouri Gardener's Guide -- Mike Miller
The Hidden Life of Trees -- Peter Wohlleben
The Well-Tended Perennial Garden -- Tracy DiSabato-Aust.
Projects for the Birder's Garden -- Fern Marshall Bradley and the Editors of Yankee Magazine
Bringing Nature Home -- Doug Tallamy
Native Plants of the Midwest -- Alan Branhagen
Attracting Native Pollinators -- Xerces Society Guide
Native Landscaping for Wildlife and People -- Dave Tylka
Presenter: Valerie Mertz
Status: Closed


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