These speaking events will be held from 7 – 8pm, the first Monday of every month, October – May
during the monthly CEGC meetings.
- January 9, 2023 … via ZOOM – Doug Tallamy on his newest book “Natures Best Hope”
- February 6, 2023 … via ZOOM – Emily Carlson on native bees and what they need.
- March 6, 2023 … in person – Tamara Paulet who will talk about sustainable landscape with natives and cool drought tolerant plants.
- April 3, 2023 … in person – Joyce Eberhardt and Dan Luoma. A look at native plants through the seasons. Also Esther McAvoy will bring some natives to see from her nursery.
Visiting gardens and nurseries is fun and inspirational, and the club has tours big and small. Join us on our visits to gardens across a street or across the state and leave with ideas, inspiration, and maybe a plant or two.
This award-winning program connects our Club members with the community through Books & Blossoms and Assisted Living Flower therapy activities. Learning and teaching flower arranging and bringing the joy of flowers to people is what makes this program special.
Gardeners know all the dirt!