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Seminars / Demos

Garden Expo is host to a variety of educational seminars and demonstrations. No registration is required; seating is limited. Seminars are one hour and demonstrations are 45 minutes.

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FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
Garden Expo Saturday Seminars and Demonstrations
Saturday, February 11, 2017
Time Mendota 1-2
9:00

9:15 Learn to Grow a Straw Bale Garden
Joel Karsten
Straw Bale Gardens

Grow a garden without weeding, "heavy lifting" or getting down on your hands and knees. Learn about the advantages of using the SBG method to grow a bountiful garden without using herbicides or insecticides. Any backyard, concrete patio, rooftop or driveway can become a productive garden space.
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:15

10:30 Starting and Maintaining a Thriving Organic Vegetable Garden
Joe Lamp'l
Growing a Greener World

Eating local and growing your own fresh food is the hottest topic in gardening today. Home gardeners are rediscovering or learning for the first time just how fun, healthy and delicious it is to grow your own. Joe Lamp'l, host of the popular DIY Network television series Fresh from the Garden, and now Growing a Greener World on public television, shares his secrets to successfully starting and growing your own vegetable and herb garden. Includes tips and information that will assure success and simplify the process.
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30

11:45 Create a Stunning Front Yard & Entryway for All to Enjoy
Melinda Myers

Whether you live in the city, the suburbs or beyond, everyone can benefit from some added curb appeal. Melinda will share tips on everything from quick, simple and affordable to more elaborate makeovers to create a beautiful and welcoming front yard and entrance for you, visitors and passersby. Learn ways to dress up your front door and walkway, add some creative container gardens
or create a stunning garden bed, border or entryway garden.
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45

1:00 Secrets Behind Creating the Perfect TV Garden
Joe Lamp'l
Growing a Greener World

You've watched the home gardening shows hundreds of times. You've envied the beautiful beds of lush foliage and bright flowers and perfect rows of exceptional produce. You've lusted after soil loose enough to plunge your arm into. Now it's time to learn the tricks of the trade straight from Joe Lamp'l, host of the popular DIY Network television series "Fresh from the Garden" and now "Growing a Greener World" on public television. Let Joe share the best-kept secrets from his own television garden and the best tips he's learned from the pros around the country. In less than one hour, Joe can help you create an extraordinary garden that will likely be your best ever!
1:15
1:30
1:45
2:00

2:15 A Farm Journal
Jerry Apps and Steve Apps
Representing the Wisconsin Historical Society Press

Document your farm and garden through the seasons with celebrated rural historian and storyteller Jerry Apps and award-winning Wisconsin State Journal photographer Steve Apps, his son. Together, the two documented the Apps family farm in journal entries and photos for their new book, "Roshara Journal: Chronicling Four Seasons, Fifty Years, and 120 Acres." Learn how to tell the story of your farm, garden or family from these storytelling experts!
2:30
2:45
3:00
3:15

3:30 Color Theory in Garden Design
Benjamin Futa
Allen Centennial Garden

Use of color can make or break a successful garden design. Learn the basics of color theory and planting designs, and explore successful examples of plant combinations perfect for Wisconsin gardens.
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30

4:45 Combining Perennials For All Season Color
Joan Ziegler
ZDA Inc.

Learn about the best plants to create year-round color and interest in the garden, and how to combine them.
5:00
5:15
5:30
5:45

6:00

Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.
Time Mendota 3
9:00

9:15

9:30 Native Plants for Any Garden
Frank Hassler
Good Oak LLC
Presentation Notes

Many people are interested in using native plants on their landscape but aren't sure where to start. We will talk about plants that are "winners" in various conditions so that you can find some that will work well and look great in your garden.
9:45
10:00
10:15
10:30

10:45 Ornamental Edible Design
Benjamin Futa
Allen Centennial Garden

Plants that nourish are not only beneficial for the body, but beautiful for the soul. Explore inspirational edible combinations and ideas for the home landscape in this presentation.
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45

12:00 Mexican Vegetables: ¬°Fiesta in the Olbrich Herb Garden!
Erin Presley
Olbrich Botanical Gardens
Presentation Notes

Many of our most beloved vegetables and flowers - including tomatoes and peppers, zinnias and dahlias trace their domestic origins back to Mexico and Central America. Join Olbrich horticulturist Erin Presley on a culinary expedition to explore the flavors of Mexican vegetables and herbs, addressing both regional varieties and some selected expecially for Wisconsin. Erin will cover growing tips, history and easy recipes to spice up your kitchen and garden routine.
12:15
12:30
12:45
1:00

1:15 The Joy of Gardening: A Recipe For Easy-Care Perennial Gardens
Joan Ziegler
ZDA Inc.

Learn from the ground up how to create "low maintenance" perennial gardens for all season color and enjoyment.
1:30
1:45
2:00
2:15

2:30 Gardens of England/Gardens of Portland, Ore.
John Fritsch and John Cannon
Wisconsin Hardy Plant Society

The Wisconsin Hardy Plant Society sponsors annual garden tours, including to England and Portland, Oregon. John Cannon and John Fritsch have documented these tours and present images of these gardens for inspiration and enjoyment.
2:45
3:00
3:15
3:30

3:45 The Dos and Don'ts of Lawn Care Maintenance
Bruce Schweiger
Turfgrass Diagnostics Lab, UW-Madison

This seminar will guide us through the calendar year and talk about the maintenance we need to do as we move through the year. Bruce will highlight timing fertilizer and different pest control options (weeds, fungi, fertilizer, aerifying, de-thatching.) We will also discuss the "Common Cause Initiative" the recent research on developing turfgrass maintenance practices that are effective and provide a lower impact to the environment.
4:00
4:15
4:30
4:45

5:00

5:15

5:30

5:45

6:00

Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.
Time Mendota 4
9:00

9:15

9:30 Garden Talk With WPR's Larry Meiller
Larry Meiller
Wisconsin Public Radio

Here's your chance to get all your gardening questions answered! Join Wisconsin Public Radio's "Garden Talk" host Larry Meiller and horticulture experts Lisa Johnson and Brian Hudelson as they talk about the coming planting season and take questions about your garden. Lots of fun and some great prize drawings to boot!
9:45
10:00
10:15
10:30

10:45 The Smelly Garden: Maximizing Scent in the Garden
Mark Dwyer
Rotary Botanical Gardens

Learn how scent can be maximized in the garden through proper plant selection and placement.
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45

12:00 Perennials With Presence
Errin Schlapbach and Bonnie Reichert
Ganshert Nursery & Landscapes
Presentation Notes

Learn about perennials that will add pop to your yard for more than one season. Add visual interest spring, summer, fall and winter.
12:15
12:30
12:45
1:00

1:15 Victory Garden BLITZ: The Story of Growing the Movement
Gretchen Mead
Victory Garden Initiative

Eight years ago, Victory Garden Initiative began as a group of friends organizing a city wide garden-building BLITZ. Come hear the story of how this BLITZ has transformed Milwaukee's food and gardenng landscape. Then get excited about doing a BLITZ in your community.
1:30
1:45
2:00
2:15

2:30 Perennials for the Autumn Garden
Zannah Crowe
Monches Farm LLC

Keep your perennial garden beautiful throughout the late summer and autumn months by selecting plants that provide late-season bloom or showy fall foliage.
2:45
3:00
3:15
3:30

3:45 How to Plan a Garden That is Pleasing to the Eye
Nancy Nedveck
The Flower Factory
Presentation Notes

Some plants just look better together! Find out what perennials will make your garden harmonize well.
4:00
4:15
4:30
4:45

5:00

5:15

5:30

5:45

6:00

Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.
Time Mendota 5
9:00

9:15 Why Pay More? What to Consider When Hiring a Landscape Contractor
Phil Carlson
Carrington Lawn & Landscape

Landscape contractors come in all sizes, each with different sets of capabilities and specializations. Choosing the right one for your project can make all the difference in getting the results you want and the value you deserve. In this session we will address topics including insurance, certifications and industry involvement as well as communication, organization and quality of work.
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:15

10:30 Healing Gardens
Barbara Bendlin
Presentation Notes

Working in a garden, walking in a garden, viewing a garden; all gardening related activities have emotional and physical healing benefits. From therapeutic gardens in veterans' facilities to butterfly gardens in public schools and healing gardens in hospitals, this presentation will describe the elements of a healing garden, including specific plants that engage the senses and attract birds and butterflies into garden settings.
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30

11:45 Growing Peonies From Seed! Something New
Nate Bremer
Solaris Farms

Most gardeners are accustomed to purchasing bloom sized peonies, but growing them from seed can be an exciting way to add to their garden. Learn some special techniques to get your own seedling peonies growing. Each participant will receive a packet of seeds to grow.
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45

1:00 Diseases of Herbaceous Ornamentals
Brian Hudelson
Plant Disease Diagnostics Clinic, UW-Madison
Presentation Notes

Having problems with impotent impatiens, despondent daylilies and hurting hostas? Come learn about diseases of these and other common ornamentals (and their management) with plant pathologist Brian Hudelson. (a.k.a. "Dr. Death").
1:15
1:30
1:45
2:00

2:15 Permaculture Basics
John Holzwart
Plant Based Services LLC

Many describe permaculture as "farming with nature." There is so much more. Attend this presentation to find out.
2:30
2:45
3:00
3:15

3:30 Your Local Three-Herb Kit
Mary Halstad
Wildwood Institute

Do you ever wonder if those "weeds" in your lawn, garden or local forest could serve a purpose? They do! Wildwood Institute Clinical Apprentice Mary Halstad will present this seminar on how to pick and prepare three go-to local herbs for first aid and well being. Identification, medicinal uses and herbal preparation of these three plants will be covered.
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30

4:45 Get Your Feet Wet: With Water Features
Bob Wambach
Greenscapes LLC

In this presentation, you will learn water feature design, building techniques and maintenance.
5:00
5:15
5:30
5:45

6:00

Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.
Time Mendota 6-7
9:00

9:15

9:30 Syrup From One Maple Tree - You Can Do it!
Dan Tyler

One maple tree is all it takes to discover how to make delicious, sweet syrup at home! Come hear the basics to learn how you can give it a try.
9:45
10:00
10:15
10:30

10:45 Creating a Garden for All Seasons
Erin Clark
Schonheit Gardens

Love your garden in the summer, but feel a little ho-hum at other times of the year? Learn how to design and tweak your garden so it's colorful and interesting year round.
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45

12:00 Breed Overview/Right Chicken for the Right Family
Twain Lockhart
Nutrena
Presentation Notes
12:15
12:30
12:45
1:00

1:15 Everything You Wanted to Know About Beets
Amy Freidag
Wisconsin Master Gardener Program

Beets: You either love them or you think they taste like dirt (and you're right). This seminar is for vegetable lovers who want to know the real story about beets.
1:30
1:45
2:00
2:15

2:30 Easy Food Preserving: Canning-Free
Megan Cain
The Creative Vegetable Gardener

Preserving food doesn't have to be difficult or take up a lot of time. If you think canning is the only option this workshop is for you. You'll learn how easy it can be to use your basement, fridge and freezer to preserve excess produce instead. Learn how you can preserve food even if you aren't a gardener, the easiest ways to preserve everything that comes out of your garden, which foods give you the most bang for your buck, and favorite recipes for using preserved food. Thinking about it now will help you plan your garden this season.
2:45
3:00
3:15
3:30

3:45 Growing Potatoes in Containers and the Ground
Joey and Holly Baird
The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener

Learn potato growing techniques. Growing possibilities include containers, grow bags and raised beds.
4:00
4:15
4:30
4:45

5:00

5:15

5:30

5:45

6:00

Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.
Time Mendota 8
9:00

9:15 Attracting Eastern Bluebirds
Patrick Ready
Bluebird Restoration Association of Wis.

This seminar will cover what you need to know to attract bluebirds to your yard. Learn nest box requirements, habitat types and methods that will help you attract bluebirds. Other cavity nesters will also be briefly covered.
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:15

10:30 Seed to Kitchen: Developing Vegetable Varieties With Flavor
Julie Dawson
UW-Madison

The Seed to Kitchen Collaborative is a partnership of farmers, gardeners, chefs and plant breeders to evaluate vegetable varieties for Wisconsin's climate and to identify and develop varieites with exceptional flavor. Come learn about the project and how you can get involved!
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30

11:45 Gardening for Hummingbirds
Michael and Kathi Rock
The Hummingbird Society

Learn how to create a sanctuary for the ruby-throated hummingbird in your own backyard. Through the use of perennial and annual plants, shrubs, trees and hummingbird feeders, you can discover the magic and excitement of hummingbirds!
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45

1:00 Marvelous Monarch Butterflies
Judith Kesser

Learn about raising monarchs, their life cycle and migration to Mexico. Factors threatening their survival and how to create desirable habitats will be covered. The monarch tagging program will also be discussed.
1:15
1:30
1:45
2:00

2:15 Gardening for Pollinators and Beneficial Insects
Allen R. Pyle
Jung Seed Co.

Learn how to identify and encourage beneficial insects in your garden. Learn what types of annuals and perennials to plant and how to tend your garden to create and improve a habitat for beneficial insects.
2:30
2:45
3:00
3:15

3:30 Growing Raspberries in Wisconsin
Lisa Johnson
UW-Extension Dane County
Presentation Notes

This presentation focuses on the culture and care of raspberries in Wisconsin. Winter protection, variety selection and some diseases and insects to watch out for are also included.
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30

4:45 Creating a Successful, Colorful Annual Container You Can Enjoy All Summer!
Joyce Ehlke
Schonheit Gardens

Learn the basic design principles as well as those "pro secrets" to create a stunning summer annual container. After this talk, your friends and neighbors will be asking, "Where did you get it?"
5:00
5:15
5:30
5:45

6:00

Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.
Time Monona/Wingra
9:00

9:15

9:30 From the Garden: Herbal Medicine Making
Linda Conroy
Moonwise Herbs

Many people grow herbs, but aren't sure what to do with them. Learn ways to use garden herbs in a variety of healing functions. Common as well as uncommon herbs will be covered in this presentation.
9:45
10:00
10:15
10:30

10:45 Herbal Teas - A Simple Step Toward Wellness
Jane Hawley Stevens
Four Elements Organic Herbals

Have you ever tried an herbal tea to balance the response to your day? The flavors and aromas, as well as health benefits, can be right there under your nose. The most traditional way to have herbal remedies is in an herbal infusion, commonly known as herbal tea. Join Jane to learn how choosing certain herbal beverages can increase your wellbeing.
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45

12:00 Crevice Gardens - A Unique Method For Growing Alpine Plants
Ed Glover
WI-IL Chapter North American Rock Garden Society

This seminar will discuss materials and construction methods for buildng crevice gardens, as well as explore the wide range of plant material to grow these gardens.
12:15
12:30
12:45
1:00

1:15 Good Bugs in the Backyard
PJ Liesch
UW-Extension Dept. of Entomology

For many reasons, most of our attention is focused on the "bad" bugs in the garden. However, an army of underappreciated beneficial insects exist, can and help humans in a multitude of ways. Come explore the many beneficial insects in your own backyard.
1:30
1:45
2:00
2:15

2:30 Dealing With Slopes
Paul Ganshert
Ganshert Nursery & Landscapes

Do you have a challenging yard that is better suited for goats than humans? Is your lawn unsafe to mow due to the steep slope? Do you have unhappy neighbors due to part of your yard ending up in their yard every time it rains? In this presentation, you will learn many options and materials to solve difficult slope problems.
2:45
3:00
3:15
3:30

3:45 Designing Attractive Native Gardens
John Gishnock
Formecology LLC

John Gishnock takes you through the process of developing attractive native plantings and gardens that utilize wildflowers, grasses, sedges, shrubs and trees to create a more natural wild look or a clean, organized planting suitable for the most refined of settings.
4:00
4:15
4:30
4:45

5:00

5:15

5:30

5:45

6:00

Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.
Time Waubesa/Kegonsa
9:00

9:15 Easily Add Edible Mushrooms to Your Garden or Landscape
Lindsey Bender
Field and Forest Products

Wine cap mushrooms, also known as the "garden giant," are beautifully colored, deliciously flavored and incredibly easy to grow. Growing on straw or woodchips, they can be planted between rows of other veggies, around the base of trees, amongst landscape ornamentals - the possiblities are endless. Discover how you can enjoy this specialty mushroom as it improves the health of your garden.
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:15

10:30 Invasive Plant Identification and Control for Gardeners
Kelly Kearns
Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources

This seminar provides an overview of invasive plants and their impacts. A brief identification and control methods of plants that invade gardens and garden plants that go rogue will be discussed.
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30

11:45 Organic Landscape Maintenance Practices
Becky Kielstrup
Avant Gardening & Landscaping

Many people are interested in reducing or eliminating pesticides and inorganic fertilizers in the landscape because of concerns about water quality and potential threats to humans, pets and wildlife. Join Becky Kielstrup to learn about organic lawncare, sustainable plantings, native floras, IPM and tips on how to begin.
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45

1:00 Water Features for Your Yard: Types, Ideas and How-Tos
Shane Wagner
The Bruce Co.

This seminar will cover the different types of water features, water gardens, pondless waterfalls, swimming ponds, bubbling stones and more for your home, as well as design ideas and how-to tips. Learn how to prepare for building the right type of water feature for you and make sure it is done right the first time.
1:15
1:30
1:45
2:00

2:15 Wildlife Damage Management: Tips, Tools and Techniques
Jamie Nack
UW-Madison Dept. of Forest and Wildlife Ecology

While attracting wildlife to your backyard can provide great satisfaction and enjoyment, sometimes wildlife can become a nuisance, or even cause property damage. Particpants will learn the keys to a successful wildlife damage management program.
2:30
2:45
3:00
3:15

3:30 Intensive Food Production With Open Raised Beds
Noel Valdes
CobraHead LLC

Open raised beds are an efficient way to grow a lot of food in a small area. Learn how to make and maintain open beds with simple tools and minimal inputs. Noel will give planting tips for a variety of Wisconsin crops.
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30

4:45 Basic Beekeeping
John Holzwart
Plant Based Services LLC

Beekeeping has been growing in popularity for several years. More and more people are feeling the buzz. What's stopping you from taking that first step? Learn the basics of this intriguing hobby.
5:00
5:15
5:30
5:45

6:00

Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.
Time Demo Stage A
9:00

9:15

9:30 Staying Healthy by Increasing Your Fitness While Gardening
Jonathan Garber
Sitness: Fitness for People Who Sit

Gardeners have an advantage over those who are more sedentary because gardening is active. There are ways to increase your fitness levels while gardening. This demonstration will explain how and show you ways to garden more safely and effectively.
9:45
10:00
10:15

10:30 The Technology Inside Your Lawn-Care/Garden Hand Tools
Dan Cunningham
Fiskars

Fiskars, the leading garden and lawn-care hand tool company, will explain what makes your tools work, how to choose the right tool for a job and how to keep them working their best from year to year. This demonstration will cover basics and the specifics of cutting tools (loppers, pruners), chopping tools (axes, machetes) stand-up weeders and more. Finally, it will end with a Q&A session with a Fiskars R&D Engineer!
10:45
11:00
11:15

11:30 Bokashi Year-Round Indoor Composting
Dawn Koopmann
Presentation Notes

Bokashi is a safe, non-toxic composting method used in conjunction with an indoor composter to recycle food waste right in your kitchen. The end result is a nutrient-rich fermented product that does not release greenhouse gases and can be added directly to your gardens. Learn how to process your kitchen excess, decrease your landfill waste and provide an exceptional boost to your garden using Bokashi's effective microorganism cold composting.
11:45
12:00
12:15

12:30 Passive Hydroponics: The Anywhere, Any Time Garden
Victor Zaderej
Happy Leaf LED

Learn how easy it is to set up an indoor garden using passive hydroponics. Enjoy gardening year-round.
12:45
1:00
1:15

1:30 Art Glass in the Garden
Denny Berkery
The Vinery

See how you can add that special touch to your garden using art glass to complement the beauty of nature. Stained glass, fused glass and glass mosaic examples will be displayed as well as discussed in more depth.
1:45
2:00
2:15

2:30 Principles of Aquascaping
Bailin Shaw
Representing the Madison Area Aquatic Hobbyists

Bailin Shaw is an authority on the art of aquascaping with structure and plants. Bailin will present a talk on the fundamentals of designing a beautiful and artistic planted aquarium.
2:45
3:00
3:15

3:30 How to Grow Giant Pumpkins
John Barlow
Wisconsin Giant Pumpkin Growers

One-ton pumpkins can be grown in Wisconsin. Learn about techniques that maximize the plants' potential.
3:45
4:00
4:15

4:30 Make Your Own Lettuce Machine
Joe Theisen
Presentation Notes

Grow salad greens without soil year-round! This demo introduces a do-it-yourself small footprint application of Kratky Hydroponics. Learn how to create your own lettuce machine, what supplies you will need and the effort involved.
4:45
5:00
5:15

5:30

5:45

6:00

Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.
Time Demo Stage B
9:00

9:15

9:30 Cook Fresh From Your Garden Year Round
Debra Shapiro
UW-Madison Dept. of Family Medicine & Health

This demonstration will show you how to easily turn your fresh garden produce into dishes that will satisfy you and your family yes, even on a weeknight in winter! Based on a series of cooking classes taught in collaboration with the UW-Madison Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, the recipes presented are simple enough for college students with limited cooking facilities or abilities and tasty enough for foodies. You'll go home with copies of the recipes and links to additional online information.
9:45
10:00
10:15

10:30 Wing and Nail Clipping for Chickens
Twain Lockhart
Nutrena

10:45
11:00
11:15

11:30 Cooking From the Garden With Starla
Starla Batzko
Starla's Seasonings & Mixes
Presentation Notes

Discover some new ways to prepare your garden bounty with some simple yet tasty recipes. Recipes include Caramel Pumpkin Zucchini Pancakes, Seasoned Grilled Fruit, Creamy Cucumber Salad, Homemade Yogurt and more!
11:45
12:00
12:15

12:30 The Stinking Rose: Growing and Cooking With Garlic
Inga Witscher
"Around the Farm Table"

Inga will share tips on growing garlic and share her favorite garlic recipes including garlic soup.
12:45
1:00
1:15

1:30 Eating Pure in a Processed Foods World
Joyce Kaping and Colleen Anderson
Farm Girl Fresh LLC

From apples to zucchini, authors Joyce Kaping and Colleen Anderson guide you through the basics of growing, preserving and preparing pure food.
1:45
2:00
2:15

2:30 Using Natural Materials to Dress Up Your Fairy Garden
Nikki Welnak
Schonheit Gardens

Learn how to use found items in your garden to create adorable fairy garden accessories.
2:45
3:00
3:15

3:30 Building a Straw Bale Garden, Starting With the Bales
Joel Karsten
Straw Bale Gardens

In this demo you will learn a quick overview of the method, and more detailed information about the placement, installation and conditioning process required to set up a straw bale garden from scratch. See a demonstration of the BaleMaker 3000 machine and an in-depth look at the biology of a straw bale garden.
3:45
4:00
4:15

4:30 Getting Started With Food Preservation
Becky Gutzman

Wish you knew how to preserve some of that wonderful garden produce to enjoy all year long? Wondering if you have the right equipment or recipes to can safely? Join Becky Gutzman, Food Preservation Educator, to get great tips and inspiration for canning, freezing and drying foods.
4:45
5:00
5:15

5:30

5:45

6:00

Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.

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