The Logan Library, Bridgerland Audubon Society, and the USU Permaculture Initiative have partnered to bring an informative gardening series that is free and open to the public.
Presentations will focus on gardening topics specific to Utah's climate, and will be held the first Friday of every month, from 1:00 to 2:00 pm in either the Lake Bonneville or Jim Bridger Rooms.
Upcoming dates, topics, and presenters include:
- May 4: Combinations for Conservation: Plant Groupings for Low-Water Landscapes. Presented by Adrea Wheaton, Center for Water Efficient Landscaping. Bonneville Room.
- June 1: Meadow Lawns. Presented by Paul Johnson, Department Head, Plants, Soils and Climate (PSC), Utah State University, Bonneville Room.
- July 6: Secrets of the Soil. Presented by Joe Montoya, Little Bean Community Garden. Bridger Room.
- August 3: Logan City Low-Water Garden. Presented by Aaron Smith, Planner II. Bridger Room.
- September 7: Understanding Crime in Parks. Sean E. Michael, Dept. Head, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning. Bridger Room.
- October 5: Around the World in 40 Gardens. Ben George, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning. Bridger Room.
- November 2: Introduction to Permaculture. Roslynn Brain, Sustainable Communities Extension Specialist. Bridger Room.
- December 7: Gardening for Native Bees in Utah. Jim Cane, USU Bee Biology and Systematics Laboratory (BeeLab). Bridger Room.
Hilary Shughart, BAS President
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm First Fridays,|
255 N Main St
Logan, UT 84321
Free and open to the public