2015 Evening and Saturday Horticulture Workshop Series Presented by your Idaho Master Gardeners
Please click on the link above for our list of classes for Winter/Spring 2014
Please click on the link above for our registration form for the 2014 classes
- February – March
- Cost: Evening Classes $10.00 per class
- Cost: Saturday Workshops vary in price. See document above
- Pre-registration and pre-payment is required to reserve your space
- For more information or to register, call (208) 446-1680
SATURDAY WORKSHOPS as part of our annual Horticulture Series
Feb 14, Saturday—Introduction to Bee Keeping Workshop 9:00 am-4:00 pm. This workshop introduces you to the exciting world of beekeeping. It gives the basics needed to develop your skills and further your understanding of this incredible creature. It is meant for those new to the idea of beekeeping, those that have read up or practiced with a hive and those already involved in our local bee keeping efforts who want to learn more. Explore this insect and the art of beekeeping from your Idaho Master Gardeners. Topics covered: General biology, physiology, equipment, honey extraction, parasites, pests, disease, troubleshooting, pesticides and nectar sources.
- Cost: Individual – $25, Family – $30 (related group of 2 if sharing printed info) Age limit for this class is 12 years and older
- Beginner’s manual, handouts and light refreshments included. Pre-registration is required. Space limited to 30 participants. Please bring lunch with you.
March 7, Saturday—Chicks in the City ~ Raising Chickens Within City Limits 11:00 am-1:00 pm presented by University of Idaho Veteran Master Gardener, Beckie Williams and Marsha Broadsword. Beckie and Marsha have several years of experience in raising chickens and will share their successes and failures. This presentation will provide you with vital information needed to start your chicks on the road to being happy, productive hens. In part, they will discuss breed selection, types of feed and safe housing. Also covered will be the various rules and regulations in regard to raising chickens mandated by Kootenai County and cities within Kootenai County. As always folks ‘flock’ to this informative and entertaining class so register early.
March 14, Saturday— What’s That Plant For? Ethnobotanical Explorations 1:00 pm-4:00 pm presented by Barbara St. Dennis, Holistic Therapist, Master Herbalist and owner of New Moon Energetics. Let’s look at unusual and extremely useful ways of integrating plants into our lives. Learn unexpected and intriguing ways to use these plants and what you should grow to benefit health and home security. Class includes medicinal horticulture and natural barriers for humans, animals and insects.