Monday, January 15, for the AMGA Monthly Meeting: Woodworking for Wildlife with guest presenter Scott Christie. A member of the Native Plant Society, Scott is a dedicated volunteer woodworker at ABG. One of his specialties is birch birdhouses. He knows the right size opening for the species of bird you want to attract. 7pm, THIS MONTH ONLY - location change: BP Energy Center, 900 E Benson Blvd.CURRENT NEWSLETTER
The Alaska Master Gardeners Anchorage welcomes you to browse our site and enjoy the many benefits of being a master gardener. Here you will find information on how to join, how to become a master gardener, public gardens to visit and many articles via our newsletter to read and learn about gardening in Alaska; being a master gardener is not a requirement to joining the AMGA.
There are garden tips, links to other master gardener sites within the state of Alaska, and photos of gardens that master gardeners visit on summer tours.
Meetings are free and open to the public. Master Gardeners are a great bunch of people with the ultimate goal of learning about gardening and sharing their knowledge with anyone interested in this healthy, enjoyable pastime. We look forward to seeing you at one of our monthly meetings.
To promote availability of gardening information to Alaska citizens as a result of University study and experimentation.
Check out our photo galleries, Alaska Plant Culture Tips and the other Master Gardener Groups in Alaska.
AMGA regularly meets at 7:00pm every third Monday of the month, September through May (except for December).
Programs are held at:
Anchorage Cooperative Extension Office
Chugachmiut Building, Suite 100
1840 Bragaw St.
Anchorage, AK 99508
Monthly educational programs are open to the public. Visitors and guests are welcomed and encouraged.