Multifunctional Hedgerows | Growing Oregon Gardeners: Level Up Series

Feb 9, 2021 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm PST


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Pami Monnette

We see them at the edges of farm fields or along roads: rows of trees, shrubs, flowers and grasses known as hedgerows. They are living fences with the ability to grow food, shelter wildlife, save water, manage weeds and look beautiful all year round. In this session, we will explore how to design and utilize these multi-functional plantings as a way to achieve multiple land management goals.

About the Presenter

Pami Monnette serves as the Home Horticulture, Small Farms and Forestry faculty with Lincoln County OSU Extension. She coordinates the Master Gardener volunteer program and works with the farming and forestry community to serve Lincoln County’s vibrant natural resource industries. She has been with OSU Extension since 2010 and earned her Masters in Public Policy from OSU focusing on agricultural and rural issues. She is dedicated to working collaboratively with partners in order to support a thriving local natural resource economy and a healthy community food system.

About Growing Oregon Gardeners: Level Up Series

This monthly zoom series offers education for the experienced gardener and is led by OSU horticulture experts from across the state. Take your gardening knowledge to the next level with timely topics from gardening in a changing climate to techniques to extend your season. The webinars will be broadcast via Zoom, the second Tuesday of the month, at 3pm, January through November, 2021. A listing of all classes in this series and recordings of the webinars are available on our website. This series is open to the public, and OSU Extension Master Gardener volunteers receive continuing education credit. You can take one, or take all. 

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