The All Bugs Good and Badwebinar series for 2017 is a good way to add CEU’s. You can watch them any time by clicking on the schedulebelow.

May 5th Webinar will be Ticks. Dr. Thomas Mather, Professor, University of Rhode Island, (aka,“the tick guy”) will talk about an important arachnid ticks. Ticks that you do and don’t see as well as how to protect yourself, your family, and your pets will be discussed. A don’t miss webiinar moderated by Bethany O’Rear.

Each month you can join the 2nd Saturday at Sloss Walks and Talks at Grandmother's Garden. It is a free lecture series sponsored by the Birmingham Historical Society and presented by fellow Master Gardener and herbalist, Antonia Viteri. The lectures are from 10:30 - 11:30. The meet inside Sloss Furnace Historic Park at Grandmother's Garden.

The 2017 AMGA Annual Converence, Gardening HERITAGE, will be held on May 1 - 3 in Huntsville. Click on the image below for more informatio

The Birmingham Fern Society lecture on May 17,2017. There will be a reception at 5:30 pm followed at 6:30 pm by speaker Garrie Landry of Louisiana State University. Garrie will speak on Ferns: The Rest of the Untold Story. The lecture will be at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens in the Lecture Hall.

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The monthly Master Gardener meetings are a great source for Continuing Education Units.

CEU Hours for 2017 are:

January 10th, Brooke McMinn, 1 CEU
There are no CEU’s for the Reach for the Stars in February
March 14th, Dr. Jim Jacobi, 1 CEU

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