On August 24, starting at 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm; the Spooner Agriculture Research Station and North Country Master Gardener Volunteers will host their annual Twilight Garden Tour. We have now confirmed the speakers, displays and demonstrations. There will be no tastings this year as a COVID precaution.
Featured Speakers (from left to right)
Displays & Demonstrations
The annual Twilight Garden Tour returns on August 24, 2021, 4:00 to 7:30 pm. The gardens are brimming with vegetables, annuals, and perennials. Due to continued COVID concerns there will be no tastings. However, the tour continues to feature a trio of speakers and exhibits of interest to gardeners.
UW-Madison Horticulture Educator Kevin Schoessow and Master Gardener Volunteers will be available throughout the gardens to answer your questions. The exhibits confirmed so far include Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary, Horticulture Inquiry Station, How to Become a Master Gardener Volunteer, Seed to Kitchen Collaborative, Guided Garden Plots, Learn About Soils & Soil Testing, Foodwise, and Preserving Garden Produce.
We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, August 24.
Check http://www.facebook.com/spoonerag or http://www.northcountrymgv.org on whether the Tour is relocated or cancelled due to weather. The Tour may be relocated to the Spooner Agriculture Research Station conference room in the case of inclement weather as COVID protocols allow.
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