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Master Gardener presents Zoom gardening class

The class will celebrate the bounty of the season with numerous ideas for fall arrangements using inexpensive, common, and foraged materials.

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“Bringing the Beauty of Fall Inside” will be presented by Master Gardener Tracey Srock at noon Oct. 12 via Zoom.

The class will celebrate the bounty of the season with numerous ideas for fall arrangements using inexpensive, common and foraged materials.

Register for this free Zoom webinar by calling the library at 218-829-5574 or registering online at

tinyurl.com/CWCgarden . The Zoom link will be sent in a confirmation email after registration.

Free master gardener classes through the University of Minnesota Extension Crow Wing County master gardeners will take place through December. Monthly presentations facilitated by

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certified U of M Extension Crow Wing County master gardeners will discuss subjects ranging from garden tools to gourds.

Master gardeners are University of Minnesota-trained volunteers whose job is to educate the public about a variety of horticulture subjects. The master gardener program educational effort is designed to enhance the public’s quality of life and to promote good stewardship of the environment. To find out more, visit crowwingmastergardeners.org .

For more information on any of the events, contact the library at 218-829-5574 or visit the library’s Facebook page at facebook.com/brainerdpubliclibrary .

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