Calhoun County Master Gardeners Spring Plant Sale

Cane Creek Community Gardens 77 Justice Ave, Anniston, United States

The Calhoun County Master Gardeners Spring Plant Sale will be held on Saturday, May 4, 2024 from 8am to noon at the Cane Creek Community Gardens, Fort McClellan, Alabama. Shop for native perennial flowers, vegetables, herbs, shrubs, and trees just in time for Mother's Day! Cash and Check accepted.

The AMGA Advisory Council Meeting

Petals from the Past 16034 County Road 29, Jemison, Alabama

The AMGA Advisory Council will hold a meeting on Tuesday, May 7, 2024 at Petals from the Past in Jemison, Alabama from 10am to 12pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Calhoun County Master Gardeners Lunch & Learn

Cane Creek Community Gardens 77 Justice Ave, Anniston, United States

Calhoun County Master Gardeners will host a Lunch and Learn on May 22, 2024 from noon to one at Cane Creek Gardens, Ft McClellan, Alabama. Andrew Coleman, Biology Professor, Talladega College, will present "Turtles." Lunch and Learn Programs are free programs on gardening related topics, open to the community and sponsored by Calhoun County Master Gardeners and the Calhoun County [...]

Registration Deadline: STEM in the Garden Teacher Training

Park Crossing High School 8000 Park Crossing, Montgomery, AL, United States

Teacher Training for STEM in the Garden for School Gardens will be held at Park Crossing High School, Montgomery Alabama on June 27, 2024 from 8am to 4pm. Register at www.aces.edu/go/STEM2024. 7 CEUs are available through PowerSchool. Register by June 1. See More at ACES.

AMGA Board Meeting

First Baptist Church 138 S Washington St, Prattville, AL, United States

The AMGA Board Meeting will be held at the First Baptist Church, Prattville, Alabama on June 4, 2024 from 10am to 12pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Calhoun County Master Gardeners 2024 Program and Lunch Schedule

Cane Creek Community Gardens 77 Justice Ave, Anniston, United States

The Calhoun County Master Gardeners will have a monthly program and lunch on June 12, 2024 at Cane Creek Gardens in Anniston, Alabama. Brian Brown, Regional Extension Agent will present “Growing a Garden in a Small Area.” The lunch will have a dessert theme, Summer Swelter! Join our ice cream social and make homemade ice cream or bring store bought [...]

Calhoun County Master Gardeners Lunch & Learn

Cane Creek Community Gardens 77 Justice Ave, Anniston, United States

Calhoun County Master Gardeners will host a Lunch and Learn on June 26, 2024 from noon to one at Cane Creek Gardens, Ft McClellan, Alabama. Stephen Faughn, Cleburne County Extension Coordinator, will present "Alabama Wildlife." Lunch and Learn Programs are free programs on gardening related topics, open to the community and sponsored by Calhoun County Master Gardeners and the Calhoun [...]

STEM in the Garden Teacher Training

Park Crossing High School 8000 Park Crossing, Montgomery, AL, United States

Teacher Training for STEM in the Garden for School Gardens will be held at Park Crossing High School, Montgomery Alabama on June 27, 2024 from 8am to 4pm. Register at www.aces.edu/go/STEM2024. 7 CEUs are available through PowerSchool. Register by June 1. See More at ACES.

Limestone County Tomato Workshop

Athens-Limestone Public Library 603 S Jefferson St., Athens, AL, United States

Limestone County will host a Tomato Workshop on July 8, 2024 from 10am to 12pm at the Athens-Limestone Public Library, 603 S Jefferson St., Athens, AL, 35611. The cost is $5.   Register online at https://aub.ie/limestonetomato24 or pay with check or money order. Call (256) 232-5510 If you have any questions or for more details.

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Limestone County Master Gardeners: Gettin’ Dirty at the Library

Athens-Limestone Public Library 603 S Jefferson St., Athens, AL, United States

Join Limestone County Master Gardeners for Gettin' Dirty at the Library on July 9, 2024 from 11-noon at the Athens-Limestone Public Library, 603 Jefferson Street. Horticulturalist Katrina Mitchell and the Huntsville Botanical Gardens present "Plants Endemic to North Alabama." Gettin' Dirty at the Library is free and open to the public.