with Kathy Hawkins
Learn why recycling is not enough
Dr. David Montgomery and Ann Bickle
Prepare to set aside what you think you know about yourself and microbes. The Hidden Half of Nature reveals why good health―for people and for plants―depends on Earth’s smallest creatures. Restoring life to their barren yard and recovering from a health crisis, David R. Montgomery and Anne Biklé discover astounding parallels between the botanical world and our own bodies.
From garden to gut, they show why cultivating beneficial microbiomes holds the key to transforming agriculture and medicine.
Books will be available for sale and signing at the seminar.
The Cutting Garden
Debbie speaks, photographs, and writes about gardening in the maritime Pacific Northwest. Co-author and photographer of Gardening for the Homebrewer: Grow and Process Plants for Making Beer, Wine, Gruit, Cider, Perry, and More, Teashon is also editor and web master of Rainy Side Gardeners.
A long time professional photographer her images have won awards at art shows and exhibits with Professional Photographers of America. Her photographs appeared in newspapers and magazine over the years with recent ones in the Oregonian newspaper, Fine Gardening Magazine, the covers of a Swedish garden magazine—Natur & Trädgård— and Master Gardener magazine, as well as other web sites and plant catalogs. Debbie writes two quarterly articles with accompanying photographs for West Sound Home and Garden Magazine.
Teashon is a Northwest native, born in Oregon and now lives in Washington State on the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula. She lived in Hawaii, another garden Mecca, for over seven years where she claims she left a small piece of her heart. Nevertheless, the rest of her heart loves her native home where gardening is a dream.
Northwest Native Plants
Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities and special needs who contact the WSU Office at 345 6th Street, Suite 550, Bremerton, WA 98337 360-307-7157 at least two weeks prior to the event. WSU Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local WSU Extension office.
ALL SEMINARS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
No need to RSVP
Seminar tickets are $5
and may be purchased at the door.