This is the fourth and final event in the Growing Healthy Food Gardening Series, which is sponsored by the Alpine Master Gardener Association (AMGA) along with The University Center Gaylord and Otsego Wildlife Legacy Society (OWLS).
Location: The University Center Gaylord, 80 Livingston Blvd., Gaylord, MI 49735
February 26 - Holistic management certified educator, Dr. Larry Dyer will wrap up the series with the most important topic, “Understanding and Managing Soil Quality.” Healthy food begins with healthy soil. 2.5 Educational Hours
Attendees will have an opportunity to expand their gardening knowledge, get their questions answered, and network with instructors and other gardeners.
This series is being offered in part due to a grant from Otsego Wildlife Legacy Society (OWLS).
For more detailed information on the classes and instructors or to register visit www.ucgaylord.org (under Community Education).
Seating is limited to 30 people for each class.