The Green Valley Gardeners

Seminar Schedule for Winter/Spring 2014

Weekly Gardening Seminars are held from mid-September through November and January through mid-April.
The doors open at 9 am for coffee and socializing. Several Pima County Master Gardeners are always on hand to answer questions, identify plants, and offer solutions to your gardening problems. Seminars begin at 9:30 and last approximately 1 hour. All seminars are open to the public and free of charge.
To print a copy of our Winter/Spring Activities Calendar click Winter 2014.

Jan. 9Julie Strom, Pima County Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation Living with urban wildlife
Jan. 16Eric Clark, Designs by Eric Winter color & small space gardening
Jan. 23Paul Green & Jonathan Horst, Tucson Audubon Re-vegetation and ‘mitigation in lieu’ projects
Jan. 30Lori Anne Barnett, National Phenology Network Plant Phenology – an overview
Feb. 6Jim McManus, Walking J Farm Organic Farming & CSA
Feb. 13Sandy Reith, Pima County Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation The Wonderful World of Bats
Feb. 20Member Activity Tour of Walking J Farm in Amado
Feb. 27Gail Sutton, Tucson Master Gardener Herbs & Gardening for Nutritional Value
March 6Alex Shipley, Civano Nursery Featured plants being sold at the GVG Plant sale
March 13Ries Lindley, Native Plant Society Arizona Plants: What's Not To Like?
March 20Member Activity Tour of the University of Arizona Biosphere
March 27Vince Pinto, Ravens’ Way Wild Journeys Identification & Uses of Spring Ephemeral Plants
April 3Gavin Lehr, Sahuarita High School Hummingbird Study, GVG members collected data for Gavin’s MS thesis at UofA
April 10Doug Moore, Friends of Madera Canyon Summer plants of Madera Canyon...what the 'snowbirds' are missing!

Have a topic you would like us to cover? Seen a speaker we should invite? Send your suggestions to the email address below. For complete information regarding our seminars, please e-mail Chuck Parsons or call (520) 625-2899.