Northeastern Wisconsin

Master Gardeners

Find Your Niche and Grow

WIMGA PRESENTS:

March 4, 2024: Landscaping for Water Quality and Conservation

This class will cover design considerations to protect surface and ground water by reducing runoff and promoting infiltration, including proper use of hardscapes and rain gardens, as well as choosing plants properly, efficient watering techniques, and more.

March 11, 2024: Using Native Plants in Your Landscape—How & Why 

How to work natives into our conventional landscapes will be covered; pros and cons, which ones behave and adapt best, how to care for them, and more.

March 18, 2024: Landscaping for Energy Efficiency 

Various design techniques to reduce energy consumption will be reviewed, such as reducing heating and cooling costs, snow removal, and maintenance inputs.

Join these Master Gardeners sharing their niche of gardening at Heritage Hill on Thursday, April 18 from 5:30 - 8:30 pm.
Learn about the rich history of Tank Garden as documented from personal letters from the Tanks.

University of Wisconsin-Madison Wisconsin Horticulture 

2024 Garden and Landscape Q and A Series

Sign up and add to your monthly calendar for this FREE educational online sessions where you can connect with plant health experts to get answers to your garden and landscape questions.


Need Educational Hours?

There are no gardening mistakes, only experiments.  ~ Janet Kilburn Phillips

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Board Members

Donald Buntman

Jennifer Classon

Bernie Jansen
Paula King
Terri Lewis

Michelle Montoya

Jim Radey

Sherrill Revolinski

Shirley Triest-Robertson

Melissa Wass
Annette Weissbach
Nancy Whitfield



Executive Team

President – Bruce LaSota
Vice President – Megan Fierst
Secretary – Edie Brandt
Treasurer  Eric Kropp
Past President – Kate Fix 


Contact us at:

  P.O.Box 135

  Green Bay, WI 54305


 

 

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