After taking the last two years off, the 18th annual Pine County Horticulture Day will be returning this March.
The event will feature two rounds of four breakout sessions along with a presentation from keynote speaker Dr. Elizabeth Mahoney, who will be discussing Lymes disease.
Breakout sessions include:
“Cool-Weather Crops from the Kitchen Garden” by JoAnn Weaver, Crow Wing County Master Gardener.
“Planting Trees and Shrubs for a Changing Climate” by Paul Swanson, District Forester, Pine County SWCD.
“Flowers for Pollinators – Be Pollinator Friendly” by Kathy Rahkola, Carlton Count Master Gardener.
“Fall Planting of Spring Blooming Bulbs” by Sonya Burke, Hennepin County Master Gardener.
Registration for the horticulture day opened on Tuesday, February 1, and anyone who signs up before March 14 will get $5 off the registration fee.
You can sign up for the event by contacting the U of M Extension Office.
Pine County Horticulture day will happen at the Pine City High School on March 19.