A learn gardener and creator from Juneau will be conversing Thursday, May well 12 and answering questions at the Petersburg Public Library about the difficulties of escalating greens and other plants in this interesting, damp local climate.
Corinne Conlon is the writer of the 2018 ebook “Gardening In the vicinity of Glaciers: Growing Veggies in Southeast Alaska.” She also penned a gardening column for the Juneau Empire for a few many years. Conlon is president of the Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Association and a member of the Juneau Neighborhood Backyard garden and Juneau Backyard garden Club
She became a learn gardener in 2011 and earned highly developed credentials in one thing called “permaculture.”
Joe Viechnicki spoke with Conlon about Thursday’s communicate.
Conlon will be speaking Thursday at 6:30 pm at the Helmi Jensen room at the library. She notes there are also recordings of previous workshops archived on the web site for the Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Affiliation. At the end of September that business also programs a virtual conference on practical landscaping in Southeast Alaska and hopes gardeners from all over the location will tune in on the net to that.