Grother has over 13 years of experience in the area working with plants on her own and with the Forest Service and other conservation organizations. She has a wealth of knowledge to share about how to prevent, identify and kill weeds in the home lawn and garden.
In addition to the museum event, the group has also planned a tour of two Norwood gardens on Saturday, Aug. 26. Mary Olsen and Maure Bausch will open their garden gates to share the beauty of the plants as well as some of what they have learned about gardening in this environment. Both events are open to anyone wishing to learn more about high altitude gardening or to meet others with similar interests.
For more information, contact Nancy Landau at 369-4355 or Bobbie Ebert at 728-3579.