UCCE Stanislaus County Master Gardeners Rhonda Allen and Denise Godbout-Avant are looking forward to sharing their enthusiasm and knowledge about monarch butterflies with you!
Date: Tuesday, December 20, 2022
Time: 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Link: you'll be sent a link to log in with before the class.
If you missed our planting and pruning Bare Root Fruit Trees Class, you can watch the recording on our UCCE Stanislaus County Master Gardener YouTube Channel. The class includes information on deciduous fruit trees, including apple, pear, cherry, nectarine, peach, plum, and apricot.
What about Citrus?
Citrus trees such as oranges, lemons, grapefruits and kumquats are evergreen trees and need different care than deciduous trees. Our program will offer an online class on March 22 on Caring for Citrus. Registration coming in early March 2022./h4>
You can watch the class on our YouTube channel, http://ucanr.edu/youtube/ucmgstanislaus and follow along using a handout from our Classes and Workshops page https://ucanr.edu/sites/stancountymg/Classes/.
One of our volunteers, Denise Godbout-Avant, filmed a short video showing how much of our earth's water is fresh, and how much is available for people to use. This is a fascinating and eye-opening example you will not want to miss. Watch it here:
In the meantime, remember to sign up for our next class, Pest Management in Vegetable Gardens. As with all our online classes, it will be recorded and later posted to our channel.
Where: On Zoom. You will receive a link the morning of the class.
When: Tuesday, May 18, 2021 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Register at: http://ucanr.edu/vegpests/2021
Instructors: Rho Yare & Anne Schellman
Planning to get your fall garden started? If you missed our live presentation of the Fall Vegetable Gardening class, you can now watch it on our YouTube Channel!
Fall Vegetable Gardening was recorded on August 25, 2020. Our speakers' included two very talented Stanislaus County Master Gardeners, Terry Pellegrini and Rho Yare. The class offered best practices for vegetable gardening in fall, and some tips from our local Stanislaus County Free Library library about the vegetable gardening books that are available.