Summer Community Classes: Gardening to Save the World

May 6 - Jul 15, 2020
First and Third Wednesday of each month, 6:00 pm-7:00 pm


Contact for questions and requests for accessibility-related accommodations
Megan Wickersham

Oregon State University Hood River County Central Gorge Master Gardeners will offer a free virtual summer gardening seminar series called Gardening to Save the World. These one hour seminars will be presented by OSU professors and staff through a Zoom webinar format. 

Participants will learn how small changes in their own gardens can make a large impact on our environment. Each session of Gardening to Save the World will be interactive. You will have the opportunity to ask questions during each seminar to be answered by the instructor. Join one or all six or the free seminars in this series.

  • May 6, Gardening for Birds, presented by Dr. Dana Sanchez, Associate Professor, Extension Wildlife Specialist
  • May 20, Organic Gardening, presented by Erica Chernoh, OSU Extension Lane County Commercial and Community Horticulture Specialist
  • June 3, Drought Tolerant Plants, presented by Neil Bell, OSU Professor and Community Horticulturist
  • June 17, Insect Apocalypse: Real of Hype?, presented by Dr. Gail Langellotto, OSU  Master Gardener State Coordinator
  • July 1, Pollinators, presented by Dr. Andony Melathopolous, OSU Professor, Pollinator Health Extension
  • July 15, Pesticide Safety, presented by Brooke Edmunds, Community Horticulture, Master Gardeners Linn and Benton Counties

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