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FEATURED SPEAKERS:

John Scott Foster, Ph.D. – Saving the Monarch

Nicholas Staddon – The New American Garden & Landscape

Irvin Etienne – Natives Suitable for our Gardens

Amanda Smith – Treats for the Birds

Jim McCormac – Butterflies & Moths – The Darker Side

Registration Deadline July 31

Cost – $35.00

OPEN to the Public

Your registration fee includes continental breakfast, lunch, break refreshments and a seminar folder with speaker handouts.

Please detach Registration form below and mail with payment (checks payable to HCMGA) to : 

Deb Hager

2003 Pleasant St., Noblesville, IN 46060

Registration Form for mailing

Corporate Sponsor:  TomWood

Vendors:

  • Benedicts Nursery
  • Wild Birds Unlimited
  • Profiles of Distinction (stepping stones)
  • Janus Developing Services
  • Impressive Floral Designs by Barb McEvoy
  • HCMGA Plant Sale

Junior Master Gardeners learn about insects

Jane Lawrence recently taught our Junior Master Gardeners about insects.  Here is a picture of the class pretending to be insects!

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Rainscaping Education Program OPEN to the Public

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Purdue Rainscaping Education Program


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Rainscaping includes the use of sustainable land​scape design and management practices at both the household and community scales to prevent polluted runoff from reaching water bodies by directing stormwater to be absorbed by plants and soils.  The Purdue Rainscaping Education Program provides training and resources on practices that can be installed in a residential setting or small scale public spaces project.  

Registration open for rain garden training

September 17-18, 2015 – Columbus, Indiana​