The activity of gardening brings us in contact with billions of microbes, but just who are they and what do they do? Learning about microbes can help us benefit our health when we apply that knowledge to what we grow in our gardens, how we care for our garden soil and what we eat. Presenter Janet Poole is a Master Gardener with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County.
For more information, call Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Horticulture Program at 272-4210 or e-mail email@example.com. Rain or inclement weather at the start of the program may cancel it.
Directions: From Interstate(I-90) Exit 8; east onto Rte 43; pass through Rte 4 intersection toward West Sand Lake; (approximately 2.1 miles); Left at Robert C. Parker School.
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The Demonstration Garden at The Robert C. Parker School
4254 Route 43
Wynantskill, NY 12198