Yolo County Master Gardeners February 2020 events

This month there are free gardening educational opportunities for the public hosted by the UCCE Yolo County Master Gardeners.
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Sunday, Feb. 16 – Gardening Forum On Feb. 16 stop by the Mary L. Stephens Davis Library at 315 E. 14th St., in the children’s area conference room, for a free question and answer session from 2 to 4 p.m. with UCCE Master Gardeners of Yolo County. Learn about planning winter garden projects, maintenance, what to plant now, and how mulching will keep your landscape thriving. Sunday, Feb. 23 – Davis Year-Round Kitchen Gardening A free monthly program is presented at the Mary L. Stephens Davis Library at 315 E. 14th St., Davis. Come by on Feb. 23, from 2 to 4 p.m., in the Children’s Area Conference Room. UCCE Master Gardeners of Yolo County will discuss winter planting and care of edible flowers, fruit trees, herbs and vegetables. Saturday, Feb. 22 – Woodland Year-Round Kitchen Gardening On Feb. 22 from 11 a.m. to Noon a free discussion is held at the Woodland Public Library in the Leake Room, located at 250 1st St. You will learn about growing fruit, vegetables and more to harvest for your own enjoyment. Tool care and fruit tree pruning will also be discussed. Saturday, Feb. 29 – Two Free Workshops for Gardening A workshop will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in Central Park Gardens at Third & B Streets. Learn about pollinators and tips on how to create a habitat to support them in your garden. At the second workshop from 11 to Noon in Central Park Gardens you will learn how to care for and transplant seedlings, watering, and how to identify and conquer common pests and diseases. Saturday, Feb. 29 – Healthy Soil On Saturday, Feb. 29, stop by the Mary L. Stephens Davis Library, at 315 E. 14th St., in the children’s area conference room, for a free workshop from 10:30 a.m. to Noon. UCCE Master Gardeners of Yolo County will teach how to work with natural processes to improve the health of your soil. Topics will include the web of life present in soil, the use of compost, mulches, fertilizers and amendments, and techniques to repair poor soil and improve success with clay soil. For more information about events contact UC Cooperative Extension at 530-666-8737 or e-mail mgyolo@ucanr.edu.]]>

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