Education / Events

Upcoming Events

  • May 19, 2018 – Annual Plant Sale on the grounds of the UW-Extension. For more information, click here.
  • June 16, 2018 – Annual Garden Walk. For more information, click here.

Monthly Presentations

‘Master Gardener Presents’ at Appleton Public Library – gardening seminars held the first Saturday of every month (except January and July) from 10 – 11:30 a.m. Programs are held at the Little Chute Public Library on the fourth Monday of each month (January through October) from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. All sessions are free to the public.

  • January 22, 2018 (Little Chute) – Make gardening chores a breeze with tips and tricks from a Master Gardener. This high energy presentation will demonstrate dozens of new ways to use everyday items to care for indoor and outdoor plants while saving time, money and energy. A question and answer session will follow. 
  • February 3, 2018 (Appleton) – Make gardening chores a breeze with tips and tricks from a Master Gardner.  This high energy presentation will demonstrate dozens of new ways to use everyday items to care for indoor and outdoor plants while saving time, money and energy.  A question and answer session will follow.
  • February 26, 2018 (Little Chute) Organic vegetable gardening is better for our health and the environment.  This month a Master Gardener explains what organic gardening is and methods for avoiding chemicals, including the practice of no-till gardening.  Don’t miss this chance to learn how to grow healthier produce and have your gardening questions answered by an expert.
  • March 3, 2018 (Appleton)  Organic vegetable gardening is better for our health and the environment.  This month a Master Gardener explains what organic gardening is and methods for avoiding chemicals, including the practice of no-till gardening.  Don’t miss this chance to learn how to grow healthier produce and have your gardening questions answered by an expert.
  • March 26, 2018 (Little Chute) Add some edible interest to your flower beds with these tips from a Master Gardener.  If you have been wanting to grow some veggies and don’t have space, look no further than your existing flower beds, where flower and vegetable plants can coexist.  Get ideas on combinations that work well together and plant care for a bountiful and beautiful garden. 
  • April 7, 2018 (Appleton)  Add some edible interest to your flower beds with these tips from a Master Gardener.  If you have been wanting to grow some veggies and don’t have space, look no further than your existing flower beds, where flower and vegetable plants can coexist.  Get ideas on combinations that work well together and plant care for a bountiful and beautiful garden. 
  • April 23, 2018 (Little Chute) Pollinators play a critical role in our environment and our food supply.  Donna Van Buecken from Wild Ones will be discussing how to use flowers, plants and habitat to attract birds, butterflies and other beneficial insects to our gardens.
  • May 28, 2018 (Little Chute) Weeds are a fact of life in any landscape, knowledge is power when fighting them.  A Master Gardener demonstrates how to use online tools to identify weeds.  Discussion will focus on organic week control methods and the responsible use of herbicides
  • June 2, 2018 (Appleton)  Weeds are a fact of life in any landscape, knowledge is power when fighting them.  A Master Gardener demonstrates how to use online tools to identify weeds.  Discussion will focus on organic week control methods and the responsible use of herbicides.