MASTER GARDENER NEWS

Monthly Gardening Seminars: Sign up!

BCMGA is pleased to offer monthly seminars for Central Texas Gardeners
presented by Certified Bell County Master Gardeners on a variety of gardening topics, from landscaping to irrigation to controlling pests and much more.  Free and open to the public, all classes are held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Texas A&M Bell County AgriLife Building located at 1605 North Main Street, Belton, TX  76513

  • October 18…………….Texas Native Gardening in the Winter
  • November 15……………….Raised Bed Gardening

To register send an email to bellspeakers76513@gmail.com
Class size is limited to 45 participants so register early!
 


 

Water Harvesting: Rain Barrel Workshop

Saturday, October 20

9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the Master Gardener Learning Center at the Bell County Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Office 1605 N. Main St., Belton, Texas 76513.

A popular workshop! Learn how to harvest rain water that can be saved and later used in your garden. The workshop teaches how to use rain barrels, 55-gallon food grade plastic drums to harvest rain water from your roof in your own backyard. Use just one or chain them together. Click here for more information 
Rainbarrel Workshop 10-20-2018 

Cost is $65.00 which covers the cost of the rain barrel and parts. Sign up and pay in advance by October 15. Class size is limited. Mail a check made out to BCMGA to the AgriLife Extension Office 1605 N. Main St., Belton, Texas 76513. For more information contact Texas A&M AgriLife, Bell Co. Extension Service, 254-933-5305.

 


 

Community Service by the Salado High School football team this week at McLane Children’s Hospital Healing Garden. This is a project of the Bell County Master Gardeners. Read More
 


BCMGA Mission Statement

The Bell County Master Gardeners Association assists the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in providing high quality, relevant, research-based horticultural education and service to the residents of Bell County and the state of Texas through outreach, teaching, and demonstration projects. Read More

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