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Continue to garden after life changes

You’ll have an opportunity to learn tips, tricks and tools to continue gardening even when you down-size to a smaller home. UW-Extension Master Gardener Program Director Mike Maddox will help people make small adjustments to how they garden as their ability to complete some of the tasks change. Door County UW-Extension Agriculture Educator Annie Deutsch says raised flowerbeds are becoming more popular.

Maddox will give his free program at the John Miles County Park Fairgrounds on May 31st from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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