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Dealing with Drought-Using Native Plants

Dealing with Drought-Using Native Plants

| February 10, 2015

March 12,  2015 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Travis Co AgriLife Extension Service Office 1600 Smith Road Registration: $10 through 3/08, $15 starting 3/09 and onsite https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/TravisCounty Native Texas plants bring beauty and function to your garden while being well adapted to handle Texas’ blazing summers, drought, and other weather extremes. In addition to […]

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Dealing with Drought -Landscaping Basics

Dealing with Drought -Landscaping Basics

| January 23, 2015

February 12,  2015 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Travis Co AgriLife Extension Service Office 1600 Smith Road Registration: $10 through 2/08, $15 starting 2/09 and onsite https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/TravisCounty Learn basic landscape principals and become familiar with the native and adapted plants to incorporate into your garden. Carolyn Williams has been a Master Gardener for over […]

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All About Roses

All About Roses

| January 23, 2015

February 7, 2015 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Zilker Botanical Garden 2220 Barton Springs Road Seminar is free; Zilker park entrance fee is $2 per adult, $1 per child or senior, $3 for non-Austin Residents. Incorporate user friendly roses into your new or existing garden plans! Cher Groody is a master gardener with 30 […]

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Two great seminars for 2015!

Two great seminars for 2015!

| December 18, 2014

Growing Fruit in Your Home Garden & All About Roses   These seminars are presented by Travis Co Master Gardeners and are held at Zilker Botanical Garden. Seminar is free; Zilker park entrance fee is $2 per adult, $1 per child or senior, $3 for non-Austin Residents. Growing Fruit in Your Home Garden,  1/10/15, 10 am – […]

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Diverting 8 TONS of Nutrient-Rich Organics from the Landfill, Every Month!

Diverting 8 TONS of Nutrient-Rich Organics from the Landfill, Every Month!

| October 10, 2013

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension – Travis County and Compost Coalition started Ground to Ground in 2012.  We had a lot going for us: a great model, two willing coordinators, and three local coffee shops who were brave enough to participate in our pilot program.  One year later, we have twenty two businesses and numerous office buildings participating, and divert […]

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Edible Austin Spotlights Ground to Ground

Edible Austin Spotlights Ground to Ground

| June 27, 2013

Edible Austin spotlights Ground to Ground as a “Local Hero in the War on Waste”! “Thus was born Austin’s own Ground to Ground project, a partnership that includes Compost Coalition and Travis County’s Texas A&M AgriLife Extensions office, which uses their army of Master Gardener volunteers to recruit cafes to offer their used grounds freely […]

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