Dreaming of lush gardens in the summer? One of the crucial steps for a successful, productive garden is soil testing. Now is the time to test the soil to begin preparing it for the spring planting.
Weeding doesn't have to be tedious, dull, and boring! Learn how you can make weeding an enjoyable and meditative activity and puts you in contact with plants in ways you otherwise wouldn’t have.
Longing for growing fresh herbs, veggies, and flowers, but limited on space? Square foot gardening may be just for you!
This class, taught by Master Gardener George Schreck will focus on maximizing fruit production for apple, pear, peaches and plum trees.
Have you wanted to start from seed but weren't sure of how or feared the expense? Fear no more, this free workshop is for you!
Bats are the only mammal that can truly fly! Learn more interesting facts plus build a house for up to 100 bats.
At the Home Vegetable Gardener Meeting home vegetable gardeners will learn methods to increase the quality and quantities of their home grown vegetable produce.
A workshop to demystify the large variety of amendments and fertilizers available to the home gardener.
Back by popular demand! Would you like to extend your growing season by 2 weeks or more? In this class you will be provided details on how to make and use low tunnels for season extension (spring & fall) and insect exclusion.
Join the Penn State Master Gardeners of Susquehanna County for their 4th annual all day, fun, educational, free gardening event!
Most rain barrels cost anywhere from $80.00 to even $200.00! Would you like to make one...for at least 1/2 those prices?
Tired of those flimsy, way too short tomato cages you buy at the garden center? Learn how to make a super sturdy, 4 foot tall cage that will last for years and years even if you leave them outside unprotected!