(WNY News Now) – Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County’s revered Master Gardener Program is all set to unveil the much-anticipated 2023 Gardening Symposium.
Jamestown – Gardeners, seasoned or sprouting, are invited to delve into a diverse array of horticultural insights. The symposium features an impressive roster of speakers, including Ken Parker, a fervent advocate of indigenous horticulture, and Lori Brockelbank, a luminary in traditional and urban forestry. In addition, Master Gardeners will delve into topics ranging from garlic cultivation to composting and the management of invasive flora.
The day-long event, slated for Saturday, September 23rd from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, will take root at Jamestown Community College’s Carnahan Building.
Admission tiers cater to varied interests: $25.00 for general attendees, $15.00 for Master Gardeners from any county, and an enticing lunch option for an extra $10.50. This verdant extravaganza promises to be an enriching experience for all participants.
Secure your spot now by registering at https://chautauqua.cce.cornell.edu/events/2023/09/23/2023-gardening-symposium.