Continuing Education Opportunities
Here are some educational events offered by local MGAs (all are on Saturday March 28):
- Baraboo – Get Ready…Get Set…Garden! by the Sauk Co. MGA
- Green Bay – Do-It-Yourself Compost Barrel Tumbler Class by the Northeast Wisconsin MGA
- Kimberly – Garden Expectations by the Outagamie Co. MGA
- Marinette – Spring Gardening Conference by the Northern Lights MGA
- Rice Lake – Spring Expo offered by the Barron Co. MGA
- Wautoma – Gardening in Tune with Nature by the Waushara Co. MGA
Visit the calendar of events on this website to get the details on these and many other upcoming events.
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