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Winter 2018/2019 For Master Gardeners, By Master Gardeners Newsletter

Jan/16 By

Thank you Becky C., Jack M., Anna A., Cindy E., and Phyllis P. for your submissions that made this newsletter possible. In this Edition: Updates from Wendy Electric Desert by

Bumble Bees by Becky Colwell, Master Gardener

Jan/16 By

Years ago I would see bumble bees in my yard, then they seemed to disappear. So, three years ago when I started noticing them again I was excited to see

Electric Desert by Jack Marsh

Jan/16 By

On the evening of October 4, 2018, my wife Becky and I attended a member only preview of “The Electric Desert” at the Desert Botanical Museum in Phoenix, Arizona.  This

Winter Poetry

Jan/16 By

Winter by Carol Quinn Winter weather wears away garden gustoIce on the pumpkins summarizeNext few months of dim mornings and earlier eveningsThwart all my good intentions of backyard clean-up,Even though

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Updates from Wendy, Master Gardener Program Coordinator

Jan/16 By

The freshly fallen snow is rapidly melting away just in time for a new more powerful storm with lots of snow and rain. It almost feels like winter was just

Winter Recipes

Jan/15 By

Brussels Sprout Salad Sunset Magazine Ingredients 1 1/4 lbs of Brussels sprouts (cut in half) 1 teaspoon prepare mustard 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon sugar 1 teaspoon salt ¼

New MG Program Assistant, Leilani Konyshev

Jul/31 By

Hello Master Gardeners, I am so thrilled to be joining this team and working with all of you! I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself. I grew up

Summer 2018 Events Calendar

Jul/31 By

Cooperative Extension Classes Grow Your Own, Nevada! Tuesdays from 6 – 8 p.m. Sept. 11 – Oct. 2 Fall Program Schedule: • Sept. 11: Saving Seeds from the Garden •

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Summer Recipes

Jul/31 By

July Recipe – Anna Anderson, MG Peach Pie from Anna’s mother Jean Rose Ingredients: • 1 Ready Made Crust • 4 cups sliced and peeled peaches • ¾ cup sugar


Summer Poetry

Jul/31 By

By Phyllis Peacock and Nevada Poetry Society SUMMER VIGNETTE Beside a rusting barbed-wire fence, its sun-bleached wooden posts awry, a field of purple thistles thrusts its spiky blossoms toward the

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