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    Building Native Bee Houses

    Learn how to provide pollinators with habitats they need to thrive. This includes how to build houses for a variety of native bees using different methods.
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    Maryland Organic Food & Farming

    News you can use! Presentation, panels, and workshops for farmers and gardeners looking for new ideas, techniques, and inspiration, as well as networking opportunities for consumers and distributors looking for good sources of local, organic food. Homegrown ‘Eat Local’ Potluck Lunch. Silent Auction. Half Price New Book Sale. Display Tables. Cost: $25. (Includes one year membership.)
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    Creating a Flower Cutting Garden & Flower Arranging

    Learn how to design, plant, and harvest flowers from your own cutting garden. Discover the best sun and shade annuals for cutting and how to maintain the garden for maximum production. Master Gardeners will also demonstrate techniques for creating arrangements.
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    Small Space Veggie Garden

    What techniques work best in small or limited spaces? Find out how to plant square-foot gardens and container gardens. Get tips and techniques for succession planting to maximize your harvest.
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    Planting the Family Garden

    Join us in the Demonstration Garden for a hands-on experience planting the home garden. Learn about seeds and transplants, planting techniques, planting for pollinators, and basic IPM (integrated pest management).
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    Pollinator Friendly Garden Certification

    Find out how to get your yard certified as a Pollinator Friendly Garden. Best practices include growing plants that provide food and reducing or eliminating the use of pesticides and herbicides to control weeds and garden pests. Your yard makes a difference!
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    Your yard can help the Chesapeake! 8 Easy steps to a bay-wise certified landscape

    Encourage wildlife; control storm water runoff; mow & water efficiently; mulch appropriately & recycle yard waste; fertilize, plant & manage yard pests wisely; and protect the waterfront. These best practices can earn you Bay-Wise certification - and a distinctive yard sign.
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    Basic Master Gardener Training