“Where Gardeners come to Bloom” We meet at the Nestleton Hall the first Tuesday of every month, except for March which will be the second Tuesday, at 7:30pm. There are no meetings in January and February.
Membership is open to anyone who loves learning how to start a garden in any container or plot of land to any seasoned gardener who wishes to expand their knowledge, all in a warm and friendly environment.
For the low price of $15 single membership, $20 family (two adults at the same address) you will get far more out of the meetings with speakers, seasonal gardening tips and more.
Meetings will resume Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 at 7:30 pm. Our speaker will be Geoff Carpentier.
“Geoff’s interest in nature started when he was 13, when he would
wander through the woods and countryside near his northern
Canadian home, learning about nature firsthand. Educated at the
University of Guelph in Canada, he studied zoology and biological
sciences. Recently retired, he worked for over 33 years with the
Canadian Ministry of the Environment. In his spare time, he
maintained an active personal life, where he taught nature and
pesticides courses at community colleges and led nature trips. He is a widely-published author in nature and science magazines and
books, writes a bi-weekly nature column, and worked as an
interpretive guide in several national parks.”