The next Master Gardeners lecture features the Door County Parks and Facilities Superintendent at Crossroads on Tuesday. Ben Nelson has been in the position since last year and he will talk about several issues gardeners will be interested to hear. Prairie restoration, pollinator-friendly gardens and the development of a volunteer group to help develop the parks are some of the points Nelson will sharing about on Tuesday night. Nelson would like to hear a lot of feedback from people in attendance.
The Door County Parks and Facilities Department oversees and operates 19 county parks that cover about 948 acres. The lecture will begin at 7 PM at the Collins Learning Center at Crossroads. It is a part of the Door County Master Gardeners Association Gardening Education Series and is free to enter.