Jun 30

Meadow Brook in Bloom, Rochester, $5-$20-$75

  • Meadow Brook Estate

Special garden club early bird tour on Tuesday, June 27, featuring a self-guided tour, mingling with the Meadow Brook Hall Garden Club and mimosas while strolling the estate gardens.


Cultivate gardening skills with the experts at the gardening workshop featuring Proven Winners staff and horticulturist Melinda Meyers on June 29.


9:00 am09:00

Country Garden Club of Northville Garden Walk, $12/$15

The annual garden walk running from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. will feature six new private gardens in and around the quaint Victorian town and township of Northville. The centerpiece is the 19th century Mill Race Village, 215 Griswold St. just a block north of downtown Northville. Composed of a general store, a blacksmith shop, church, school, inn, gazebo and three representative homes and gardens from the era, this unique setting is a must see. Also featured along our shady village street will be a garden oriented vendor market and lively music on the green as well as complimentary homemade refreshments inside Cady inn for all ticket holders. All of this is included in your ticket price.

Tickets are $12, if purchased in advance either direct from Gardenviews Garden Gallery, 127 E. Main Street, 248-380-8881 or through our website: www.cgcnv.org. If purchased on the day of the walk, tickets will be $15. Tickets ordered from our website will be held for your convenience on the day of the walk at the ticket tent inside Mill Race Village.

Proceeds from this major fundraising event go toward supporting local and national organizations that promote environmental and horticultural causes and to provide scholarships for local high school seniors who plan to go into college science careers. (Please note that walkers and strollers are not allowed due to terrain and safety restrictions.)

9:30 am09:30

Troy Garden Walk, $10/$15

Troy Garden Club's 43rd annual garden walk, "Garden Gifts," is Wednesday, July 12, 2017. Rain or shine view 6 private gardens, 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Activities at Troy Historic Village 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. include Plant Sale, Arts & Crafts Boutique, Fabulous Finds, and Student Art Exhibit. Admission to Village is free.

Advance tickets to view gardens on sale for $10 at Telly's Greenhouse, Auburn Oaks Garden Center, Uncle Luke’s and Troy Historic Village. On the day of walk they will be available only at the Troy Historic Village for $15.

6:30 pm18:30

Adrian Bloom, Dearborn, $35/40/45

  • Dearborn Inn

Dearborn Inn's Alexandria Ballroom, 20301 Oakwood Boulevard, Dearborn, MI 48124

Two-page info & registration flyer for Adrian Bloom at Dearborn Inn Th eve 13 July 2017

Widely-acclaimed British gardener Adrian Bloom will speak on “Designing Drama in The Year-Round Garden: Making the most of Trees, Shrubs, Conifers, Perennials, Grasses, Ferns and Bulbs.” Adrian Bloom is the former president of the legendary Blooms of Bressingham nursery in Norfolk, England, developer of Britain’s superb Foggy Bottom garden, television personality, author and world traveler in the service of horticulture. In addition to his illustrated presentation, he will autograph your copy(ies) of his books and pose for photos. (Bring books you already have, or order them.)

Gardening with Conifers, updated and published in paperback in 2017, will be available at the very special price of $20 (retail $29.95). Bloom’s Best Perennials and Grasses, published in 2010, will be available for $23 (retail $34.95). Order one or both, for delivery at the lecture.

Tickets: $35 per person if postmarked before May 1, 2017; $40 per person between May 1 and July 1. No mail registrations accepted after July 1, 2017. Registration at the door will be $45 if space is available. Tickets include admission, book signing, and lecture.

Sponsored by the American Conifer Society and Michigan Gardener Magazine. Qualifies as one continuing education credit/hour for Michigan Master Gardener Program.

Please make checks--for ticket(s) plus any book(s)--payable to American Conifer Society Central Region and mail to: David Speth, ACS Central Region Treasurer, N3596E, CTH A, Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085. For questions only — contact Dennis Groh, dgroh8380mi@wowway.com.

Stewardship Saturday at U of M-Dearborn Natural Areas
1:00 pm13:00

Stewardship Saturday at U of M-Dearborn Natural Areas

MGAWC members and friends are welcome to volunteer with Stewardship Saturdays at UM-D to assist in any once-a-month afternoons doing invasive plant removal in the University of Michigan-Dearborn Environmental Study Area. Pick one or more days to come out and help. This year-round, ongoing effort will help address the many threats posed by various invasive plants to the continuation of habitat health and quality. Each month will bring opportunities for optimal removal of various invasive plants according to current best management practices.

All equipment for removing invasive plants will be provided by the Environmental Interpretive Center. But, if you have a sturdy pair of long-handled branch loppers that you can bring, please do. Also, please bring your own drinking water and work gloves for use while we are out in the field.

This activity involves moderate physical activity in off trail natural habitat areas. Wear suitable work clothes that can be scraped and poked by twigs and/or the occasional thorny plant, or have contact with sticky bur seeds. A good pair of sturdy work shoes/boots is also a must. For additional info, http://umdearborn.edu/eic/involved/stewardshipdays.html.

Rouge Cruise Narrated by Orin Gelderloos, Ph.D., Detroit, $50/$55
5:45 pm17:45

Rouge Cruise Narrated by Orin Gelderloos, Ph.D., Detroit, $50/$55

  • Stroh River Place

On Tuesday evening, our March speaker, Orin Gelderloos, Ph.D., Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, will be narrating the Rouge Cruise on Tuesday, August 8, 2017. This Friends of the Rouge event begins with boarding the Diamond Belle at 5:45 p.m. at Stroh River Place in Detroit to explore an urban river from 6-8:30 p.m.

After departing from Stroh River Place, we will travel downstream and under the Ambassador Bridge before turning to head up the Rouge River. We will travel upstream in the Rouge as far as the turning basin at the Ford Rouge Complex before returning to dock at Stroh River Place.

Reservations are required. Tickets are $50 per person before July 11 ($55 after July 11) and include dinner with soft drinks. There is a cash bar on the three-level boat with interior and exterior space. The Stroh River Place dock is at the end of Joseph Campau Street, just past where it intersects with Atwater Street. Parking near the dock is $5.

More information and on-line ticket sales at http://www.therouge.org/events/30th-anniversary-celebration or 313-792-9900.

Perennial Accents of Royal Oak (Andy Torvinen's Hosta & More Sale)
May 13

Perennial Accents of Royal Oak (Andy Torvinen's Hosta & More Sale)

  • 1322 Catalpa Drive Royal Oak, MI

Annual Plant Sale on 3 weekends in May

"On the days of our sales our garden is open for touring, you don't have to buy anything just come by and see our garden.

2017 Schedule Below

  • Mother’s Day Weekend:  Sat., May 13, 8 am – 5 pm and Sun., May 14, 9 am – 4 pm
  • Saturday, May 20, 8 am – 5 pm and Sunday, May 21, 9 am – 3 pm
  • Memorial Day Weekend:  Sat. May 27, 8 am – 5 pm, Sun., May 28, 9 am – 5 pm, Mon., May 29, 9 am – 3 pm

1322 Catalpa Drive (11.5 Mile), East of Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak

Plant list at http://www.perennialaccentsofroyaloak.com/plant-list.html. Prices $5 - $75, cash or personal checks. 

Perennial Accents of Royal Oak, www.perennialaccentsofroyaloak.com



10:00 am10:00

Livonia Garden Walk, $9/10

  • Greenmead Historical Village

28th Annual Friends of Greenmead Garden Walk


Five privately owned gardens will be open for touring as well as the Simmons- Hill House Gardens.

Tickets are $9 in advance, $10 day of event. Tickets available at Greenmead, Civic Center Library and 5th floor City Hall - Community Resources.

Maps are available day of the event only at the Simmons - Hill House and Civic Center Library.

9:00 am09:00

Explore Cranbrook Gardens for free this year!

Cranbrook House and Gardens
380 Lone Pine Rd, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Open Daily, May 1 – October 31, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

Spanning 40 acres around historic Cranbrook House, the renowned gardens contain formal, woodland and naturalistic gardens featuring fountains, statuary, lakes, streams, and extensive traditional and contemporary plantings. Cranbrook Gardens is designed, planted and cared for by a dedicated group of volunteers who are members of Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary.

Free admission to Cranbrook Gardens is courtesy of presenting sponsor PNC Bank, and sponsors All Seasons Independent Living, Neighborhood SEEN, and Roberts Restaurant Group. For more information, contact: houseandgardens@cranbrook.edu | 248.645.3149

Jun 24

Master Gardener College, East Lansing, $70-$245

Are you sick and tired of Michigan’s gloomy weather? Can’t wait for spring to finally arrive? The Master Gardener Volunteer Management System is happy to brighten your day with more information about the keynote speakers who will be presenting at the 2017 Master Gardener College, to be held June 23-24 in East Lansing: Janet Draper, Smithsonian Institution Horticulturist, and Dr. Dan Herms, Ohio State University Entomology Specialist. 

Master Gardener College is an annual event hosted by MSU Extension designed to support and enhance the research and science-based knowledge of re-certified MSU Extension Master Gardener Volunteers and current Trainees. Master Gardener College will also be open to the public, so bring friends!    

MG College will be held at the MSU University Club Complex (home to the MSU Henry Center, MSU University Club and Candlewood Suites) on south campus. The entire event will take place at one location providing a convenient and relaxing experience. The MSU University Club Complex offers easy access to lodging, lots of meeting spaces, and FREE onsite parking. 

In addition to keynote addresses, there will be hands-on workshops and tours on Friday as well as 15 breakout sessions on Saturday with plenty of opportunities to visit the Garden Marketplace and pick up gardening and garden-related supplies and gifts, from great books, gloves, pruners/nippers, shirts, lotions, soap, garden art, plants and much more. 

Plan to attend June 23-24 for 2017 MG College at the MSU University Club Complex in East Lansing. The cost to attend Master Gardener College will vary based upon the activities you elect. Visit the Master Gardener College website to keep apprised of developments for this exciting event! 

Applewood Garden & House Open, Flint, Free
Jun 25

Applewood Garden & House Open, Flint, Free

From www.ruthmottfoundation.org:  In addition to an elegant home with an attached greenhouse, the 34-acre estate includes an apple orchard with 29 heirloom varieties, extensive gardens, a gatehouse, barn, and chicken coop. Applewood Estate is a Michigan Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.

Applewood is open every Thursday-Sunday from 11 am-5 pm, May-October, plus for special events.


Milford Garden Walk and Market Sale, $10
Jun 17

Milford Garden Walk and Market Sale, $10

The Milford Garden Club’s 22nd annual garden walk and market is Friday, June 16, 2017, 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. and Saturday, June 17, 2017, 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Rain or Shine. This year’s walk includes unique and diverse residential gardens in Milford and nearby surrounding areas.  Visit the garden club’s Certified Monarch Butterfly Garden in Arthur’s Park, across from Central Park.

Advance tickets may be purchased for $10 by visiting the Milford Garden Club web site, www.themilfordgardenclub.org, and completing the mail order form. Tickets may be purchased at Downtown Milford locations (Clothing Cove, Acorn Farms), Milford Gardens on S. Milford Road, and The Pond Place in Highland. For information, contact Janie Cryderman, mjcryderman@comcast.net.

10:00 am10:00

Rochester Garden Walk, $12/$16

From town to country, the 18th annual Rochester Garden Walk co-sponsored by the Rochester Garden Club and The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm shows off many unique and private gardens in the greater Rochester area. This year’s event takes place Thursday, June 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost is $12 in advance or $16 on the day of the event.

Garden walk participants will have access to private area gardens chosen for their beauty, fascinating landscape designs and artwork, along with two public gardens, the Rochester Hills Library gardens and the Rochester Rotary Gateway Park.  

Guests can explore the Rochester Hills Museum grounds, located at the historic Van Hoosen Farm homestead founded in 1840. Learn about the important role of native bees and insects in gardens at pollinator habitat structure.
Advance purchase vouchers will be available until noon on June 14 from Bordine’s Nursery or Lytle Pharmacy, or from the museum website, rochesterhills.org/musprograms.  Beginning June 9, tickets can be purchased at the Rochester Hills Museum, 1005 Van Hoosen Road, Rochester Hills 48306, from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Ticket purchase and voucher exchange are available all day on June 15. For more information, visit RochesterGardenClub.org or call 248-656-4663.

An Open Air Market featuring Michigan artisans will be held at the Museum grounds from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on walk day.  At 11 a.m. Rochester Garden Club members will present an entertaining and informative program with gardening and cooking tips, which is free to garden walk ticket holders.


10:00 am10:00

Franklin Garden Walk & Made in Michigan Artisan Market on the Village Green, $12/$15

Tour Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 day of tour at the gazebo. Tickets are available at the Franklin Village Boutique, 32716 Franklin Rd., Franklin, MI 48025 or online at http://franklingardenwalk2017.eventbrite.com

Proceeds from the Franklin Garden Walk support horticultural, educational and environmental causes on the local, state and national levels.

32325 Franklin Road, Franklin Village, MI 48025
(West side of Franklin Road between 13 & 14 Mile Roads)

June 14, 2017, Walk Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. & 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Questions? Email Cynthia at franklingardenwalk@gmail.com

6:30 pm18:30

Evenings in the Garden, Novi, $20-40/class

  • Tollgate Farm

Evenings in the Garden is a series of classes for beginner and experienced gardeners, homeowners, landscapers, and outdoor enthusiasts, that brings experts in to share their expertise on a variety of topics.
Advance registration is required. The cost of most classes is $20, which supports paid staff at MSU Tollgate. More information at http://tollgate.msu.edu/events/evenings-in-the-garden

Thursday, June 8 – How to Succeed in Landscape Planting with Dr. Robert Schutzki – $20
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Even the best gardeners endure the grief of lost plants. In this class, we learn the necessary steps to creating a successful planting project, including plant selection, and proper planting techniques and care during the first few years of establishment.

May 6

Central PARC Spring Pottery Sale at Graye's Greenhouse, Plymouth, Free

  • Graye's Greenhouse

Central PARC Art Studios Spring Pottery Sale at Graye's Greenhouse

10am-5pm on Friday & Saturday, May 5 & 6



Family owned and operated by the Graye family since 1918, Graye's Greenhouse stocks the hard-to-find plants and flowers that the larger "box stores" won't. If you are looking for something specific that you cannot find anywhere else, call or stop in to Graye's and see if this location has it.

Large selection of succulents, houseplants and other items. Cash or check only, no credit cards, no website. Interesting to explore.

8:00 am08:00

Creativity in Bloom, East Lansing, $70-90

  • MSU Horticulture Gardens

Featuring Janet Macunovich, Art Cameron and Daedre McGrath



Online Registration

Parking & Directions
Overnight Accommodations

$70 for 2017 MSU Horticulture Garden members (through 4/21)
$80 non-member (through 4/21)
$90 all registrations beginning 4/22
Registration includes four keynote presentations, coffee, lunch, parking and materials

For special accommodations or questions, please contact Jennifer Sweet at 517-353-0443 or hgardens@msu.edu .

1:00 pm13:00

Garden Pop-up Visit!, Ann Arbor, $5

  • Private Garden

Spring has Sprung! 
Join us for a Garden Pop-up Visit!
Sunday, April 9, 1 - 5 pm, $5
Pop-Up Garden: 1835 Arlington, Ann Arbor

Explore David Baker’s spectacular hillside garden at its peak performance!  This is the 3rd time (summer 2016; fall 2016) visiting one of Ann Arbor’s most splendid collections of spring perennials, including a large collection of hellibores, water features, and garden art.  If you have not yet had the opportunity to visit this garden, now is your opportunity. If you have seen it before you will want to see it in this beautiful spring phase. 

Parking on Arlington. Please do not park in the driveway

Proceeds benefit local non-profit horticultural projects

www.annarborfarmandgarden. org

6:30 pm18:30

Evenings in the Garden, Novi, $20

  • Tollgate Farm

Norm Lownds, Ph.D., on Gardening with Children:  Finding Magic in Your Garden -- Journey into the Michigan 4-H Children's Gardens and discover the magic that will interest and engage kids of all ages.

Tollgate Farm & Education Center, 28115 Meadowbrook Road, Novi

Questions:  248-347-0269 extension 229, tollgate.msu.edu

More Information and Registration:  https://events.anr.msu.edu/evenings17win/

Mar 19

Ann Arbor Orchid Festival, Matthaei, Free

A two-day orchid extravaganza with orchid displays, orchids in bloom, and regional commercial vendors. Tropical and hardy orchids and orchid-growing supplies and related items for sale. Free informational talks and demos. Info: aaosonline.org. Presented by Ann Arbor Orchid Society. Free.

At http://www.lsa.umich.edu/mbg/happening/calendar.asp?date=3/18/2017:  "This event runs two days and is open 10 am-4:30 pm both days." In the 2017 Matthaei-Nichols Member Guide, the Saturday hours are noon-4:30 pm.

Location: Matthaei Botanical Gardens

8:45 am08:45

Be the Educated Naturalist, Port Huron, $90-100

  • Landmark Academy

Master Gardeners of St Clair County Present


Lecture Topics

Mark Weathington: Slave to the Goddess Flora; Plants and Plans from a Lazy Gardener. Gardening is easy – don’t let the experts tell you otherwise! Find out shortcuts and techniques to take some of the work out of gardening as well as some foolproof plants for even the brownest thumb.

Rick Darke: Looking at the Layered Landscape. The richness of life in any landscape is linked to the richness of its layers, and this is true for both people and wildlife. An illustrated discussion of the living layers in local and regional landscapes, both as they occur naturally and as they are often modified by human culture. This exploration will provide a basis for understanding the essential characteristics of healthy layers and how they can be conserved and enhanced in home gardens and shared landscapes.

Doug Tallamy: A Chickadee’s Guide to Gardening. In the past we have designed our landscapes strictly for our own pleasure, with no thought to how they might impact the natural world around us. Such landscapes do not contribute much to local ecosystem function and support little life. Using chickadees and other wildlife as guides, he will explain how plants that evolved in concert with local animals provide for their needs better than plants that evolved elsewhere. In the process he shows how creating living landscapes sharing by our spaces with other living things will not reduce our pleasurable garden experiences, but enhance them.

Rick Darke: Designing and Maintaining the Living Landscape. Rick will illustrate and discuss how an understanding of living layers and relational biodiversity can be put to practical use in the making and maintenance of residential gardens and community landscapes. Strategies for employing "organic architecture" in creating beautiful, conserving, highly functional layers will be presented in detail.

Larry Cornelis: "The History of Our Local Forests". Larry's presentation looks at both the ecological and cultural impacts on our regions forests over the last 15,000 years, which includes climate change at both ends of that time frame, native land care, a great rewilding and European exploitation. He will finish up with a focus on our indigenous "Carolinian" tree species.

9:00 am09:00

Outdoor Living Extravaganza, Shelby Township, $80/95

  • Cherry Creek Golf Club


Saturday, March 11, 2017, registration opens at 8 AM, presentations begin at 9 AM

Early Bird Registration - $80 per person through January 31
General Registration - $95 per person February 1 through March 11

Tickets: 2017 Detroit Outdoor Living Extravaganza 

Includes: Catered Luncheon • Free Plant • 4 Lectures • Goodie Bag

Speakers and Topics

  • Jessica DeGraaf, Retail Account Manager with Proven Winners, as emcee
  • John Gaydos, Director of Product Development and Promotion with Proven Winners, on Only the Best for Your Garden
  • Heidi Grasman, Owner/Sales & Customer Service with Garden Crossings, on Container Gardening
  • Stacey Hirvela, Horticulturist & Author with Spring Meadow Nursery, on Pruning and Shrub Care
  • Laura LeBoutillier, Gardening Personality with Garden Answer, on Outdoor Gardening Project
9:00 am09:00

Growing Great Gardens, Taylor, $45

  • Wayne County Community College - Downriver Campus

Taylor Conservatory Foundations' annual conference.

Save the Date!  March 11, 2017.  Mark your calendars and join us the 9th annual GGG event next spring. Celebrate all things GREEN and GROWING with a full day of fun, learning, lunch, networking and shopping with garden friends. It’s a great way to for Master Gardeners to get Education hours, too.


8:30 am08:30

Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association Conference, E. Lansing, $40-105

The Versatility of Gardening for Both Recreation and Treatment

Conference details, theme, program, schedule and fees at Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association's (MHTA) Annual Conference

Keynote Speaker Lesley Fleming, HTR

MHTA Conference Brochure

Gardening activities are currently being used to achieve specific and documented health benefits. Nature-based activities including gardening are utilized as both recreational activities and therapeutic interventions in a broad spectrum of disciplines; horticulture, social work, oncology, recreational, occupational, and physical therapy, psychology, geriatrics and rehab medicine. Practitioners in these fields should find the conference sessions informative and relevant to their work. Defining therapeutic horticulture and contexts in which it and nature-based therapies are used will be presented. Adaptive gardening techniques and tools, programming ideas and therapeutic gardens will also be presented.

Fee includes keynote, two breakout sessions, lunch in the conservatory and e-book, Therapeutic Horticulture: A Practitioner’s Perspective

Books, Education, Vendors, Networking and CEUs

More info at http://anrweek.canr.msu.edu/events/event/horticultural_therapy_connecting_people_and_plants1 and www.MichiganHTA.org

6:30 pm18:30

Evenings in the Garden, Novi, $20

  • Tollgate Farm

Tony Reznicek, Ph.D., on Rock Gardening:  A Look at Plants for Small Spaces -- Discover how to create an authentic rock garden with the curator and assistant director of the University of Michigan Herbarium.

Tollgate Farm & Education Center, 28115 Meadowbrook Road, Novi

Questions:  248-347-0269 extension 229, tollgate.msu.edu

More Information and Registration:  https://events.anr.msu.edu/evenings17win/

8:15 am08:15

Know and Grow Seminar, Midland, $75

  • Bullock Creek High School

Dow Gardens, http://www.dowgardens.org/knowandgrow

“Growing and Cooking the Year-Round Harvest”

“Achieving the Holy Grail - Epic Tomatoes from your Garden”

“Designing Edible and Ornamental Small Space Gardens”

Shop the Garden Marketplace! 

The Midland Master Gardeners will again host an array ofvendors from across the state to create a one-of-a-kind gardening marketplace. You never know what treasure you’ll find at the Master Gardener Marketplace.  Get ready to shop!   

Lunch is included!

9:00 am09:00

Plants of Distinction, Novi, $80

  • Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel

Registration is open for the 2017 Plants of Distinction program scheduled for Tuesday, February 21st and features the following palette of topics and speakers:

·  The Three Dimensional Landscape, Andrew Bunting, Director of Plant Collections, Chicago Botanic Gardens

· Color Spots in the Landscape for Punch, Pizzazz and Pollinators, Steve Foltz, Director of Horticulture, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens

· Dwarf and Unusual Conifers for Midwest Gardens, Paul Pfiefer, Managing Director, MSU Hidden Lake Gardens

· Belvidere: Evolution of a Plantsman’s Garden, Andrew Bunting, Director of Plant Collections, Chicago Botanic Gardens

· Plantus mustus…Plants You’ve Gotta Have!, Steve Foltz, Director of Horticulture, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens,

The event has moved to The Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel and Conference Center, 21111 Haggerty Road in Novi. The registration price will remain $80.00 per person.

 Visit http://events.anr.msu.edu/17pod/ for full details and registration. Registration closes February 14th.

6:30 pm18:30

Evenings in the Garden, Novi, $20

  • Tollgate Farm

Janet Macunovich on Four-Season Landscapes -- Explore design techniques, plant suggestions, and maintenance tips from beloved garden designer and author.

Tollgate Farm & Education Center, 28115 Meadowbrook Road, Novi

Questions:  248-347-0269 extension 229, tollgate.msu.edu

More Information and Registration:  https://events.anr.msu.edu/evenings17win/

Feb 28

Smart Gardening Vegetables 101 Webinar Series, Internet, $30/40

Six week on-line introductory course on start-to-finish vegetable gardening on Tuesday evenings, 6-7 p.m., January 24-February 28, 2017.

Early registration of $30 through January 10. Regular registration of $40 through January 20. High speed internet is required.

Details, registion and payment at https://events.anr.msu.edu/SGVeggies101Series1/