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Everett Public Library News Release

Posted on: August 1, 2022

Master gardeners offer tips for a bountiful harvest

Fall Gardening Series

EVERETT, WA – Local gardeners, it’s harvest thyme! Get the dirt on fall gardening techniques from Master Gardeners at the library’s Fall Gardening Saturday Series. In partnership with WSU Extension Snohomish Master Gardener Program, certified garden experts will share their know-how every other Saturday at 2 p.m. beginning August 13. Interested attendees can register at crowdcast.io/e/gardening. 

 

Come to one, or come to all of the Fall Gardening Saturday Series presentations:  

 

Library staff will be on hand at the Fall Gardening Saturday Series to share more information about library gardening resources and ways to donate seeds as the library prepares to launch the Un-Bee-Leaf-Able Seed Library. 
 

PLEASE NOTE: This is an in-person event series, but these programs may move online if COVID metrics are high. Register to be notified of event changes at crowdcast.io/e/gardening. 

 

These programs are free and open to the public. Call 425-257-8000 or visit www.epls.org/events for more information about these or other library programs.  

 

The Master Gardener Program is a Washington State University Extension Program within the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CANHRS). Founded in 1973 by WSU Extension agents from King and Pierce Counties, the Master Gardener concept has been replicated across the United States and Internationally. Today, there are 85,000 certified Extension Master Gardeners. The mission of the WSU Extension Master Gardener Program is to engage university-trained volunteers to empower and sustain diverse communities with relevant, unbiased, research-based horticulture and environmental stewardship education.  

 

The Everett Public Library was founded in 1894 by the Everett Woman's Book Club. The historic Main Library was built in 1934 by architect Carl Gould, and the Evergreen Branch opened in 1985. The library’s two branches serve the residents of the City of Everett and nearby locales, circulating over 400,000 items per year and hosting hundreds of programs for children and adults. We connect the community to resources and services that inform, educate, and entertain. For more information about the Everett Public Library, visit www.epls.org. 

 

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