Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication or program information or reasonable accommodation need to contact Spokane County Extension at 222 N Havana Spokane WA 99202; (509) 477-2048 at least two weeks prior to the beginning any educational class or series.
Master Gardener Foundation of Spokane County Cabin Fever
The 2021 Virtual Cabin Fever Gardening Symposium is open for registration. For more information, check the Master Gardener of Spokane County Foundation website.
2021 classes will be held remotely via ZOOM until the State of Washington is declared “Open” by the governor’s office.
Post COVID-19 restrictions, live classes are held at:
WSU Spokane County Extension Building
222 N Havana
Spokane WA 99202
2021 Virtual Spring Class Series
Each remote class is one hour long (from 6-7pm) and $5/family using the same email address.
|February 16||Beginning Gardening – Growing conditions in the Inland Northwest|
|February 18||Steps to Creating a Home Garden|
|February 23||Soil in the Inland Northwest|
|February 25||Raised Bed Gardening|
|March 2||Season Extension|
|March 4||Soil Testing|
|March 9||Growing Veggies in the Inland Northwest|
|March 11||Seed Starting|
|March 16||Gardening with Flowers|
|March 18||Perennials in the Inland Northwest|
|March 23||Annual & Biennials in the Inland Northwest|
|March 25||Insects in the Garden|
|April 6||Growing Blueberries|
|April 8||Growing Strawberries|
|April 13||Growing Cane Berries|
2022 Horticulture Class Series
The 12-week Course: Thursdays 6 – 9 pm starting in January 2022 (topic dates TBD). Registration open.
Individual Horticulture Classes
Registration for individual classes in the 2022 Horticulture Series Will begin In October 2019, 2021 as instructors agree to teaching dates.
BOTANY and PLANT IDENTIFICATION
WATERWISE LANDSCAPING AND WATER CONSERVATION
ENTOMOLOGY: INVERTEBRATE PESTS
PLANT HEALTHCARE and IPM
NOXIOUS WEEDS & PESTICIDE USE
URBAN FORESTRY/FIREWISE LANDSCAPING
WOODY LANDSCAPE PLANTS
PRUNING WOODY LANDSCAPE PLANTS
COMPOSTING, PLANT NUTRITION & FERTILIZING
at WSU Spokane County Extension
Contact Us at 477-2181
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