On the first Monday of each month from September-June
(2nd Monday on national holiday), the Club meets at 7pm at Hope Lutheran Church to hear guest speakers discuss various aspects of gardening, landscaping and plant production in Gallatin Valley.
Past presentations have included GMOs, soil health, biological pest control, the biology of bees, and the challenges of commercial organic farming.
In summer, we arrange tours of local gardens, farms and other sites of interest. We end the year with a group holiday dinner. Guests are always welcome.
Due to Covid-19, all presentations will be offered via YouTube. Please check your email for the links to view these presentations.
The first Monday of the month
hope lutheran church
2152 Graf St.
Elisha Boyd,Program Manager of the Towne's Harvest Student Garden,
Elisha will be talking about the student garden.
New Vegetable and Flower Varieties for 2021
Don Mathre will be talking about some of the new seeds and plants for 2021.
Plant Starting Tips and Tricks
Various Club members will share their ideas and techniques on starting seeds at home.
Cathy Zabinski, Professor of Land Resources, MSU
Cathy will be speaking about her new book, "Amber Waves", a history of wheat.
Toby will be speaking about the company he now works for, and how they are making use of medicinal plants.
Amiya (Abi) Saeed, MSU Extension Horticulturalist
Abi will be speaking on "Pollinator Strategies in the Home Garden."