MGFKC Newsletter

KCMG Connection eNewsletterMGFKC Newsletter – The Foundation Connection
Read all about what’s of interest in the April 2022 issue!

  • Welcome New Interns! by MG Carrie HIll
  • Advanced Training Coming Soon by the Clinic Leadership Team
  • The Clinics are Opening! The Clinics are Opening! by the Clinic Leadership Team
  • Educational Opportunities with Growing Groceries, BDG Workshops
  • The T-shirts Have Arrived! by the Foundation Board
  • Cultivate (More) Knowledge: Clean Up and Have Patience
  • Extend You Resources: New WSU Publication on Growing Rhubarb
  • Miller Library: In the Garden: Essays on Nature and Growing
  • More education at Bellevue Botanical Garden, WA Native Plant Society and the WSU Adult Ed Conference

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This newsletter is sent monthly to King County Master Gardeners. Look for it in your email. Miss a past issue? Find it here.

Online Education Series

The Master Gardeners of King County will launch their 2022 gardening classes and workshops in January 2022. Whether you’re a beginning gardener or a veteran of many seasons, you’re sure to find a class of interest.

BDG Workshops.
Bellevue Demo Garden Workshops
Workshops are on Saturday, from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., January 22 to mid-October. The workshops cover a wide variety of gardening: vegetables, composting, specific plant varieties, garden pests, efficient watering, and more. Series subscriptions available at a discount. There is a $5 fee for each individual workshop. Registration is required for the series or individual classes. See https://mgfkc.org/education/bdg-workshops to register.

Growing Groceries.
Growing Groceries logo
Classes are presented on specific Wednesdays, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., January to June. Classes cover the basics of gardening and information on specific plant families or garden problems, each class building on earlier presentations. New this year: Gardeners will have the option to purchase the series of 11 classes at a discount. Each individual class is $7.50. Registration is required for the series or individual classes. See https://mgfkc.org/education/growinggroceries  for links to register.

Seeds for Thought

MGFWS Seeds for Thought

February 2022 Newsletter from the Master Gardener Foundation of Washington State

Read in this issue:

  • From the President by Don Enstrom, MGFWS President
  • WSU MG Program Update by Jennifer Marquis, Statewide Program Leader
  • Bring Spring Indoors: Forcing Branches for Spring Blooms by Alice Slusher, Cowlitz County MG
  • Planning Pollinator Friendly Gardens by Mary Dessel, Mason County MG
  • 2022 MG Advanced Ed Conference Update by Melody Westmoreland, Conference Chair, Yakima County MG
  • Seed Starting Learnings at our Greenhouse by Bob Taylor and the Greenhouse Team, Lewis County MGs
  • King County Master Gardeners Resume Gardening Classes for 2022
  • Master Gardener Foundation of Thurston County publishes their annual garden calendar

Back issues available on the State Foundation website: http://mgfws.org/

Heads UP!

2021 Fall Heads Up! Diagnostics Lab Newsletter

Newsletter of the Master Gardener King County Diagnostic Lab

 

Read in the Fall 2021 issue:

  • End of Season Contemplations
  • Record Breaking Weather
  • Attack of Bay Laurel Psyllids
  • Sunburns, Scorches and Scalds
  • Consider Cover Crops
  • Iris-A Rainbow of Rhizomes
  • The Sawfly Exceptions
  • Useful Web Resources
  • Nerd’s Corner: Scat, Cat!
  • Twigga Mortis: Sun damage
  • Frankensquash

This newsletter is sent to Master Gardeners in King County during the active garden months from March to October. Look for the current issue in your email.

Miss a past issue? Find it here.




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