By Kent Berkley
The Door County Master Gardeners will kick off the 2018 Gardening Education Program on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 7:00 PM in the Collins Learning Center at Crossroads at Big Creek. Members of the public are invited to attend all of the educational offerings in the series free of charge. The first session will feature Kori Zawojski, co-owner of Sunnypoint Gardens & Gift Shop, who will share new ideas and pictures about annuals and perennials to consider for local gardens. Sarah Freyman, volunteer master gardener on the education committee, describes the content for each session as targeted and relevant for local gardeners.
Sarah says that sessions typically run 90 minutes and include visually stunning power point presentations. The standard format allows for an intermission with time to socialize and snack and usually includes a question and answer session when time permits. The programs include a range of topics from the traditional such as lawn care, to the obscure such as the spread of jumping worms in Door County. For more information about future events and topics visit http://www.dcmga.org/.