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Keyhole gardening program set Nov. 10 in Bryan

BRYAN—A “keyhole gardening” program will be presented by Dr. Deb Tolman on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 1700 Groesbeck Street. The event is sponsored by the A&M Garden Club.

Dr. Tolman hold s many degrees, including TAMU and a Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences and Geography.

She also owns Avant Gardens (Bosque County) and co-founded SILO project, both multi-purpose entities developing sustainable approaches to landscaping, education, and building practices. She uses keyhole gardens as main source of her own food supply, keeping them producing through multiple seasons and conditions, including fall gardens.

Check in starts at 8:10 a.m. Programs will include the keyhole gardening session at 8:30 a.m. in the indoor auditorium. An outdoor “hands on building workshop” will start at 10 a.m. and attendees are asked to bring folding/lawn chairs and gloves.

The Keyhole Garden Program profits will be shared with Save Our Streets (SOS) as a community service.

SOS, started in 1993 to reach gang members, has grown into a ministry that reaches every area of Brazos Valley community to continue sharing the message of hope, love, and salvation with the hopeless.

Registration is $20.

For more information, email amgc4U@gmail.com or call the Milam County Extension Office at 254-697-7045.


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