Wednesday, October 27, 2021 at 6:30pm to 7:30pmVirtual Event
Learn how to propagate native plants with URI Master Gardeners and the Providence Seed library at this free virtual workshop!
Join URI Master Gardener Dave Vissoe for a virtual talk about native plants and how to propagate them! Dave is the Project Leader of the Kettle Pond Garden at the US Fish and Wildlife Kettle Pond Visitor Center, which is composed entirely of locally sourced native plants. He will offer a virtual tour of the garden and discuss native plant propagation techniques such as winter sowing.
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The Providence Seed Library is a living collection of open-pollinated, heirloom and culturally resonant seeds sustained by new and experienced gardeners, and housed at participating Providence Community Library locations (Knight Memorial, Mount Pleasant, Rochambeau and Washington Park).
The mission of the URI Master Gardener Program is to educate citizens in environmentally-sound gardening practices through the dissemination of factual, research-based information. Through the train-the-trainer approach, over 700 volunteers serve as URI Extension Master Gardener educators, amplifying the impact of Cooperative Extension to improve environmental quality and build healthy communities. We invite you to learn from URI Extension Master Gardeners through the various educational offerings in the menu below.
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