2014 Seminar Schedule
Take a look at the wonderful seminars lined up for 2014. Click the image to download a printable PDF.
January Seminar -- Double Bill!
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 1-3 PM
PlacePoulsbo Fire Station #71, 911 Liberty Road NE,
(corner Hwy 305 and Liberty Road)
Conference Room (free parking around station)
"Aeroponic Gardening –
Growing Up in Tower Gardens"
Presenter: Nancy Ransford, retired manager and nutritionist
Nancy will showcase new portable, vertical systems for water-efficient growing of fruits, vegetables, houseplants, and other ornamentals.
"An Edible Forest Garden"
Presenter: Gregory Smaus, CPH, Owner, Native Root Designs, LLC in Poulsbo
Gregory is a Certified Professional Horticulturist and a recent Gold Medal winner at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show. He will outline a multi-tiered approach to not only edible crops but habitat for pollinators, soil enhancement, and full circle resource management.
2014 Master Gardener Training and Certification
Fridays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Norm Dicks Government Center, January 31 through mid-April
This 12-week-long combination of online and in-class horticulture education covers a wide range of topics and includes a 50 hour volunteer component. Applications are accepted beginning in October, with orientation sessions coming in October and November. The cost is $225 per person, which includes materials; scholarships are available. Classes normally fill up by mid-December, so apply early. Read the course flier here. To receive more information call 360.337-7157.
For those interested in WSU’s research-based horticulture training without the volunteer component, a Certificate of Horticulture Basics is offered to a limited number of students for $420. For more information on either of these programs, contact: Colleen Miko 360-307-4378 email@example.com
Also, check out the Winter Organic Gardening class.