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Master gardener enjoys Cal Ag

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Patty Mohar

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California Agriculture 61(3):101-101.

Published July 01, 2007

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I enjoyed finding you in my mailbox — both electronic and metal. Good stuff — and easy to share with the rest (world, family, friends). I have been a reader of California Agriculture for 9 years. I believe the information is vital and the e-mail notification is a good tool to spread the word. I have lived in Sonoma County for the past 15 years, and have received California Agriculture since becoming a Master Gardener in 1990. After moving to Sonoma County I became interested in restoration and conservation, and was involved in elementary school “life labs” and gardens. I graduated from the Santa Rosa Junior College in 1994 majoring in horticulture. I am again a student at SRJC, focusing on garden design with CAD skills and integrating the important factors involved with our natural resources. I became a Creekkeeper in 2005 and was in the first graduating class implemented by the Russian Riverkeeper. I continue to read and share the information I learn from your journal.

The 700-page California Master Gardener Handbook, published by ANR Communication Services, can be ordered at http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu, or by calling (510) 642–2431 or (800) 994–8849.

The 700-page California Master Gardener Handbook, published by ANR Communication Services, can be ordered at http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu , or by calling (510) 642–2431 or (800) 994–8849.

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Master gardener enjoys Cal Ag

Patty Mohar
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Master gardener enjoys Cal Ag

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

Patty Mohar

Publication Information

California Agriculture 61(3):101-101.

Published July 01, 2007

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I enjoyed finding you in my mailbox — both electronic and metal. Good stuff — and easy to share with the rest (world, family, friends). I have been a reader of California Agriculture for 9 years. I believe the information is vital and the e-mail notification is a good tool to spread the word. I have lived in Sonoma County for the past 15 years, and have received California Agriculture since becoming a Master Gardener in 1990. After moving to Sonoma County I became interested in restoration and conservation, and was involved in elementary school “life labs” and gardens. I graduated from the Santa Rosa Junior College in 1994 majoring in horticulture. I am again a student at SRJC, focusing on garden design with CAD skills and integrating the important factors involved with our natural resources. I became a Creekkeeper in 2005 and was in the first graduating class implemented by the Russian Riverkeeper. I continue to read and share the information I learn from your journal.

The 700-page California Master Gardener Handbook, published by ANR Communication Services, can be ordered at http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu, or by calling (510) 642–2431 or (800) 994–8849.

The 700-page California Master Gardener Handbook, published by ANR Communication Services, can be ordered at http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu , or by calling (510) 642–2431 or (800) 994–8849.

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