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Spring Fever Garden Forum

Photo from Tony Hammond

What is it?
North Dakota State University Says: "North Dakota State University is offering a series of forums to help you care for your yard and garden.

Live presentations will be broadcast to gardeners across the state. Forums will be held on Thursday nights from March 26 to April 16, 2020. All forums run from 6:30 to 8:30 PM Central. Over 600 gardeners participated last year -- everyone is welcome! All forums are free."

Where is it?
Attend in-person at the training sites at North Dakota State University's Exntension Office
Attend Online - REGISTER

When is it?
See the 2020 Presentations List!
Events are on March 26, April 2, April 9, April 16th


Jon Stika on March 26th - Author of A Soil Owner's Manual

Presentations from Past Years

2018 Presentations Playlist

Spring Fever Garden Forum 2018: Black Currants: Once A Forbidden Fruit:
"Once banned for spreading disease among pines, black currants are gaining popularity for their special flavors and nutritional qualities. Kathy Wiederholt, Fruit Project Manager, shares information on growing currants in North Dakota."

Years further back: 2017 Playlist, 2016 Playlist, 2015 Playlist

Contact Tom Halb, Extension Horticulturalist for more info!
Here. Have a potato. I grew it in my armpit. And from my other armpit, this tiny ad:
Learn Permaculture through a little hard work
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