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OM Grown Garden: The Importance of Proper Timing in the Garden

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August

08

9 - 10am

Join us in the OM Grown Community Garden on Saturday, August 8th at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Dr. Lester from the Hernando County UF/IFAS Extension to learn about :

The Importance of Proper Timing in the Garden: You can grow almost everything here in Florida, but only if you plant at the correct time! We will cover the basics of what you can start in your garden now and be successful.

Feel free to bring a notebook, a hat, water, and Questions.

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities:

Visit us:
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com

About our Educator:
Dr. William Lester holds a graduate degree in Plant Medicine from the University of Florida and currently serves as the Urban & Commercial Horticulture Agent II for UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County, FL. Combining a mix of horticultural knowledge and management skills, his current responsibilities include teaching the public and working closely with county and professional clients. As a frequent guest presenter to community groups and writing for local newspapers, his goal is to put complex scientific findings into language that can be understood by school-age children and the adult public alike. He has been involved in the creation of multimedia educational materials to support the Hernando County Fertilizer Ordinance, the local Noxious Weed Ordinance and most recently a program of virtual teaching. Protecting Hernando County’s fragile Nature Coast ecosystem and reducing the amounts of harmful toxins being placed in the environment are the central goals of his frequent teaching programs. As the coordinator for almost 100 Extension volunteers, Bill believes that education and providing an opportunity to serve residents are the keys to attracting and maintaining a highly motivated group of individuals to work to achieve those goals.
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