Hanover Master Gardeners Association
Pesticides: Your Health, Your Food, Your Water, Your Environment – Presentation on 11/19/19.
Hanover Master Gardener Ed Wall along with Nikki-Dee Ray served as judges for the best tomatoes entered into the State Fair. Links to TV coverage: https://youtu.be/C-GXeHGblXY and https://youtu.be/iC8u90Vx2eo.
Home Gardening Series for 2020 – Free, open to public held at local libraries.
Hanover Master Gardeners Association has just awarded grant money to The Arc of Hanover.
The Arc works with children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. This challenged group is particularly vulnerable to deficiencies in all nutritional categories. Often they don’t know about healthy foods such as vegetables and where they come from and what they taste like.
As part of the ALLY (A Life Like Yours) endeavor The Arc will build raised beds that will be wheelchair accessible outside of their offices. This will provide members with an opportunity to plant, grow and harvest vegetables. In addition there will be some nutritious cooking classes available.
Hanover Master Gardeners Association has awarded a grant of $500 towards materials and supplies to create the raised beds.
For more information about The Arc: https://www.thearcofhanover.org/
If you have any interest in becoming a Master Gardener see what is involved. Master Gardener Training.
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Research Help Requested – One of our Master Gardeners is putting together a list of plants that are favored by our native bees. It just takes a little observation on your part. For details see Plants That Attract Native Bees. See more about mason bees and leaf cutter bees in our Want to Learn More section.
Did you know… Master Gardeners are available to speak on a variety of topics to civic and professional groups. Contact us at 804-752-4310 or email@example.com
Help keep our area free from invasive pests. Check here to see the latest pests alerts.
Learn more about who we are and what services we offer. About Us
Why Should You Use Native Plants – Native plants are important for several reasons. Read more to find out why you should consider them for your next plant purchases.
Information about the plants you purchased at out plant sale. From Our Garden to Yours
Check out our exercises to prepare those muscles that have been unused since gardening last fall. Getting Ready for Gardening Season
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