Join us March 15th!
Our speakers will be Brad Casar and Katherine Schake from Homer Soil & Water
Katherine's topic will be “The Invasive Chokecherry/Mayday Tree”
She is the Invasive Plant Coordinator for the Kenai Peninsula Cooperative Weed Management Area, and Natural Resource Specialist with Homer Soil & Water. She holds a B.S. degree in Environmental Science from the University of Minnesota and a Graduate Certificate in GIS and Remote Sensing Analysis from Penn State. Her past 15 years living in Alaska she has guided hikes in Denali NP, managed remote-sensing mapping projects and a statewide salmon data synthesis, and coordinated the Mat-Su Salmon Science Symposium. In her spare time, Katherine guides in Iceland, maintaining a passion for botany and birding.
Brad's topic will be “Soil Fertility and Composting”
He studied agriculture in school and worked on a wide variety of small and large farms all over. More recently he has been assisting farmers locally with agronomic advice and fertility recommendations, as well as gardening working in his own garden.
5/20/2017 Annual Spring Plant Sale
Baycrest Garden - Spring 2017
2018 Gardener's Weekend
Our Mission: The Homer Garden Club was founded to educate and encourage gardeners and to provide positive experiences for gardeners at all levels of learning. Homer Garden Club is a non-profit organization. The club happily welcomes new members and visitors.