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  • Growing Microgreens

    Ramsey Country Master Gardener Volunteers educate residents in university research-based, eco-friendly gardening to improve physical and environmental health for all! Come learn about growing microgreens, quick-growing vegetable and herb seedlings that can be grown indoors and can be used in salads or as fresh green in many types of dishes during the cold seasons of the year.
  • Home Composting

    Ramsey Country Master Gardener Volunteers educate residents in university research-based, eco-friendly gardening to improve physical and environmental health for all! Learn the science behind and the benefits of home composting, including information on different composting methods, recommended compostable materials, and common uses of compost around the yard and garden.
  • House Plant Success

    Ramsey Country Master Gardener Volunteers educate residents in university research-based, eco-friendly gardening to improve physical and environmental health for all! Caring for indoor plants is a little different than caring for outdoor plants. With a little special care and consideration, you can keep your indoor plants healthy and avoid common problems. This class will take place via a live online video. Participants must register in advance and video link will be emailed prior to the class starting.
  • Nature Heals

    Ramsey Country Master Gardener Volunteers educate residents in university research-based, eco-friendly gardening to improve physical and environmental health for all! Exposure to nature not only makes you feel better emotionally, it also contributes to your physical wellbeing, reducing blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension, and the production of stress hormones. Learn the science of how time spent in nature helps to improve our physical and mental well-being. U of M Extension Master Gardener volunteers are eager to share research-based gardening best practices that promote healthy landscapes, healthy foods, and healthy lives with the people in their community. * Please note the correct dated for this class is Wed, Nov. 30, 2022