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Plant Clinic (The Secret Garden)

Plant Clinic (The Secret Garden)
Plant Clinic (The Secret Garden)
09-19-2015 - 09-19-2015
UCCE Master Gardeners of Sacramento County
http://ucanr.edu/sacmg
Admission: Free
 
(916) 875-6913
 
Start Time(s): Sat 9am-Noon
Do you have questions about your plants? Are these bugs good or bad? What is the reasons do your plant looks different this year?  How can you garden with limited water? Bring samples of your problem plants or insects to have a UC Master Gardener help you answer all over your questions There will also be a lot of information about gardening with limited water
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Take a Shower, Save a Tree Workshop (Home Depot)

Take a Shower, Save a Tree Workshop (Home Depot)
Take a Shower, Save a Tree Workshop (Home Depot)
09-05-2015 - 09-05-2015
UCCE Master Gardeners of Sacramento County
http://ucanr.edu/sacmg
Admission: Free
 
(916) 875-6913
 
Start Time(s): Sat 10am-11am
The UCCE Master Gardeners of Sacramento County are joining the Sacramento Tree Foundation and the Sacramento Water Agency for a free Take a Shower Save a Tree Workshop Master Gardeners will talk about the benefits of selecting Mediterranean climate and California native plants for creating an attractive and water conserving landscape Sacramento Tree Foundation will teach you how to identify signs of water stress and how to do simple soil moisture monitoring  
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Take a Shower, Save a Tree Workshop (Green Acres Nursery & Supply)

Take a Shower, Save a Tree Workshop (Green Acres Nursery & Supply)
Take a Shower, Save a Tree Workshop (Green Acres Nursery & Supply)
08-29-2015 - 08-29-2015
UCCE Master Gardeners of Sacramento County
http://ucanr.edu/sacmg
Admission: Free *Registration is not required, but recommended to secure your tree watering bucket filled with fun gardening and water conservation items
 
(916) 875-6913
 
http://www.takeashowersaveatree.org/ to register
Start Time(s): Sat 10am-11am
The UCCE Master Gardeners of Sacramento County are joining the Sacramento Tree Foundation and the Sacramento Water Agency for a free Take a Shower, Save a Tree Workshop Master Gardeners will talk about the benefits of selecting Mediterranean climate and California native plants for creating an attractive and water conserving landscape Sacramento Tree Foundation will teach you how to identify signs of water stress and how to do simple soil moisture monitoring  Plus, you will learn resp
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Earth Day 2015 Celebration

Earth Day 2015 Celebration
Earth Day 2015 Celebration
04-22-2015 - 04-22-2015
City of Sacramento
http://portal.cityofsacramento.org/ParksandRec/Neighborhood-Services/Earth-Day
Admission: Free
 
(916) 808-6789
 
Start Time(s): Wed 9am-2pm
Celebrate Mother Earth this Wednesday This great event will be filled with environmental education, live entertainment and a lot of fun.  Last year the annual Earth Day Celebration drew more than 6,000 participants from the Sacramento region including area schools, surrounding business patrons, and other members of the community. 
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Plant Clinic (The Secret Garden)

Plant Clinic (The Secret Garden)
Plant Clinic (The Secret Garden)
05-02-2015 - 05-02-2015
UC Master Gardeners
http://ucanr.edu/sacmg
Admission: Free
 
(916) 875-6913
 
Start Time(s): Sat 9am-1pm
Do you have questions about your plants? Are these bugs good or bad? What is the reasons do your plant looks different this year?  How can you garden with limited water? Bring samples of your problem plants or insects to have a UC Master Gardener help you answer all over your questions
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Gardening with Limited Water

Gardening with Limited Water
Gardening with Limited Water
05-13-2015 - 05-13-2015
UC Master Gardeners
http://ucanr.edu/sacmg
Admission: Free
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Heritage Oak Trees

Heritage Oak Trees

The Sacramento Zoo is home to some of the city’s oldest residents, three approximately 300-year-old Valley Oak trees, also known as Heritage Oak trees, which are environmentally protected in Sacramento. The Valley Oak is the largest oak tree in California and the drought-resistant tree can grow to over 100 feet tall and live for almost 500 years. In order to protect the trees, the Sacramento Zoo has placed a fence around them. The fence impacts the space available on the Reptile House Lawn and some of the activities and events that have previously been held under the drip line of the trees.
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