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Sustainable and Drought Tolerant Gardening Basics Workshop
Classes in Ventura and Thousand Oaks
9:30-11:30 am Saturday, November 1, 2014
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Mastering Your Home Garden
- Saturday Workshops, specifically designed for Ventura County Home Gardeners, focus on seasonal garden tasks
- Half day of informative gardening education
- Presentations by University of California advisors and horticulture experts
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- Two morning presentations
- Continental breakfast
- Opportunity to shop for plants at the Master Gardener Potting Shed
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Spiders? Scary? Spooky?
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Partnering with The Pieris Project
Posted 10/30/2014 - If you see a white cabbage butterfly fluttering by you, net it. The Pieris Project wants it. Entomology Today, a publication of the Entomological Society of America, today covered a story about how graduate students (including Sean Ryan of the...
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