The Master Gardeners of Hamilton County, in association with the University of Tennessee Extension, announce that their 3rd Saturday Gardening Lessons will be available in man or woman, as nicely as by way of Zoom.
The future class normally takes put this Saturday at 10 a.m., with “Identifying Mother nature,” offered by Tom Stebbins, former Hamilton County Extension agent.
MGHC’s courses are free of charge to the general public and get area at the UT-Hamilton County Extension, 6183 Adamson Circle, off Bonny Oaks Push in Chattanooga. To indicator up to attend in particular person or to sign up for the Zoom backlink, go to: https://mghc.org/calendar/figuring out-nature/.
Tom Stebbins said, “Have you ever wished to know more about the weeds in your lawn trees on a wander bouquets in a neighbor’s backyard garden? There are Applications for that.
You really don’t have to be a botanist, naturalist or other specialist to detect an unidentified tree, flower or bug. In this class, you will learn how the a variety of absolutely free Apps—Google Lens, iNaturalist and other people – obtainable on your cellular phone can enable you quickly identify lots of of the flowers, trees, bugs, mushrooms and even birds you may see as you take pleasure in the outdoors, no matter whether on woodland trails or in your possess yard. In preparing, accumulate a couple of things to ID and share with the course: a houseplant, a leaf from a tree or shrub, a flowering weed or mushroom in your lawn, or even an insect. Zoom participants will be equipped to apply and share their results as nicely. We may possibly even go outside and identify a lot more mysteries there. Engineering can aid any individual turn out to be a naturalist nerd and master extra about the environment all around us.”