Kent and Ottawa Pruning Workshops
Date: April 25, 2016
Time: 12 - 4 p.m.
Location: Hager Park (Vander Laan Room), 8137 28th Ave., Jenison, MI 49428
Contact: Adriane Land, 616-632-7880, ext. 2, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $45.00 per participant
Pruning is an important cultural practice for maintaining the health, vigor and appearance of woody plants. It involves both art and science – art, in shaping plants to enhance the landscape, and science, in knowing how, when, where and why to prune for maximum benefit.
MSU Extension Sr. Educator, Rebecca Finneran and Dan Davis, the Grand Ideas Garden (GIG) Coordinator will help you master the science of pruning through instruction on pruning best practices and the correct equipment to use followed by hands-on application of what you have learned. A certified arborist from Woodland Tree Services will also join the class in an outside demonstration of correct (and safe) tree trimming practices.
Space is limited so register today and gain the knowledge and confidence you will need when you head into your garden this spring to prune!
REGISTRATION deadline: Kent workshop is April 14, 2016 or when class is full (40 seats).
Ottawa workshop is April 22, 2016 or when class is full (20 seats).
No registrations at the door.
Payment by Credit Card (Debit cards requiring a PIN are not accepted): Recommended, via this secure MSU payment site to expedite your seat reservation. To ensure your transaction is processed, please enter your personal information exactly as shown on the credit card and do not include dashes in the credit card number. You will receive confirmation upon completion of your transaction.
Payment by Check/Money Order: Your seat is not reserved until your balance is paid in full. Please allow 10 business days for check processing. Mail your payment to:
MSU ANR Event Services - Kent/Ottawa Pruning Workshop
Justin S. Morrill Hall of Agriculture
446 W. Circle Drive, Room 11
East Lansing, MI 48824
Cancellation Policy: No refunds within 7 days of the event. Substitutions allowed.