Handouts for Vegetable Gardening Class

Posted below are handouts for the Goodhue County Master Gardeners Begining Vegetable Gardening class offered through Red Wing Community Education.

Beginning Vegetable Gardening  will be offered online on Saturday March 13, 2021 at 11AM via Red Wing Community Education. Register on the Community Education website: https://redwing.cr3.rschooltoday.com/public/home/  to get the Zoom login. The class is listed under “Adult Enrichment” and then “Home and Hobbies” or after March 11, 2021 call 651-385-4565 to register.

If you have questions after the class or are interested in becoming a Master Gardener please email Goodhue County Master Gardeners at: goodhuemgs@gmail.com .

Virtual Classes Early Spring 2021

The Goodhue County Extension Master Gardeners are presenting two Red Wing Community Education virtual classes in late winter 2021. One will be on Starting Seeds By Winter Sowing on Feb 13 at 11am and the other is Vegetable Gardening 101 on March 13 at 11am. Find more information and register for the classes on the RW Community Ed website: https://redwing.cr3.rschooltoday.com/public/home/ The classes are under “Adult Enrichment” and then “Home and Hobbies.”

Habitat Restoration for Streambanks and Shorelines: Lecture & Field Tour

Learn how natural plant habitat restoration improves stream and river water quality with Katie Himanga, a Goodhue County Extension Master Gardener and Certified Forester. The first part of the course, on October 20th, consists of a lecture at the History Center and outlines the steps necessary to restore a site’s natural habitat while preserving or enhancing scenic quality. On October 22nd, apply the knowledge to Wells Creek in Old Frontenac and see natural habitat restoration in progress. Contact Red Wing Community Education (651-385-4565) or online to register.

Thursday, October 20th Lecture at the Goodhue County Historical Society | 6-7:30pm
Saturday, October 22nd Field Tour at the Villa Maria Grounds in Frontenac | 9-11am

Podcast- Bees, Butterflies and Birds

 

Links mentioned in the above podcast
Planning Your Landscape for the Bees, Butterflies and Birds“:

  1. The Wild Ones brochure “Wild for Monarchs“.
  2. The St. Paul Audubon Society brochure “A Guide to Insect Attracting Native Plants for Central MN“.
  3. The Bee Squad handout “Plants for MN Bees“.
  4. GCEMG Tips on “How To Do Winter Sowing“.