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Cool Season Crops Training for MSG

Posted by Ron Wolford -

Potential Master School Gardeners,

I will be finishing up my instruction on Cool Season Crops on Thursday, September 20, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. at the UIUC Extension office, 3rd floor, 300 North Elizabeth Street. Please feel free to attend this "Part B" training on cool season crops. Fortunately, Ella was able to make the "Part A" session last week. This is not a mandatory meeting, so don't feel obligated to be there (I know we already have you Monday of that week, so I don't want to overload you). But if you do have some time and would like to learn more about this exciting topic, please let Elizabeth or myself know so we can plan on seeing you there. Using Cool Season Crops is an important strategy for successful school gardens. It helps to eliminate the problems of summer care for a school garden.

If you missed the first session, I will do a short review for newcomers, so sign up to join this group.

To reserve a space contact:

Elizabeth ebruhns@uiuc.edu

and/or

Matt Kostelnick mkosteln@uiuc.edu

Matt Kostelnick

University of Illinois Extension

Horticulture Educator

Cook County, District Four

300 N. Elizabeth, Suite 310-C

Chicago, IL 60607

(312) 752-4692

http://web.extension.uiuc.edu/cook/

http://web.extension.uiuc.edu/cook/urbanhort.html



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