Gardeners! Mark your calendars for February 23, 2019, for the 2019 Gardener’s Pathway: Workshops for Planning, Planting and Enjoying!
Registration begins December 22, 2018.
University of Illinois Extension DeKalb County Master Gardeners presents a one-day symposium of workshops for gardeners of all levels at the Kishwaukee College Conference Center (21193 Malta Road in Malta, Illinois).
- NEW format, ONLY $50 fee!
- 2 Keynote Presentations (Beth Botts, Writer for the Chicago Tribune and the Chicagoland Gardening Magazine; and, Richard Hawke, Plant Evaluation Manager, Chicago Botanic Gardens)
- Choice of new workshop topics
- Exhibit hall with unique gardening items for purchase
- Master Gardener Q&A desk
- Door prizes
The $50.00 workshop fee includes morning refreshments and lunch, welcome bag courtesy and select handouts. Registration is required.
Online Registration Page:
Please select your choices online or mail in your registration form. Advanced registration is required by February 15, 2019. Sessions will be filled in the order registrations are received. Workshops have limited seating space, so be prepared with your first and second choice of workshops for each session.
- If registering online, you may pay by credit card only. Payment is due at the time of registration. You will receive a confirmation email as well.
- If registering by mail, you may pay by check or money order ONLY. Make Checks payable to “University of Illinois Extension” and send registration and payment to U of I Extension, 1350 W. Prairie Dr, Sycamore, IL 60178
The Master Gardeners of DeKalb County would like to thank everyone who supports their programs. Please forward this announcement to anyone you believe may be interested in attending Gardener’s Pathway.
If you have any questions, please contact Program Coordinator, Jayeeta Chowdhury-Woodstrup at (815) 758-8194 or Jayeeta@illinois.edu.
Master Gardener Program
The mission of the University of Illinois Extension Master Gardener program is “Helping Others Learn to Grow.” Master Gardeners involve people in improving the quality of life by helping them find sound management practices for home and urban natural resources, by creating aesthetically pleasing environments, by promoting well-being through people-plant interactions and horticultural therapy, and by contributing to a safe, abundant food supply through home fruit and vegetable production.
Mouse over image and then use arrows at bottom to view second page of postcard below:2019 Gardener's Pathway Postcard