Library Speaker Series programs have been given by local gardeners, travel agents, art devotees, and many other experts in their field.
Talking Tomatoes with Marin Master Gardener Joe Jennings Saturday, April 20 11am, Council Chambers Learn about the joys of growing your own juicy ripe tomatoes in Marin County with Marin Master Gardener Joe Jennings! You'll hear about the basics for planting, watering, and maintaining your plants, which varieties grow well in our area, methods for scaffolding along with drought management strategies. Joe Jennings grows vegetables year-round in his home garden. He graduated from Whitman College and earned an MBA from the University of Washington.
Waste, Plastics, Oceans; Solutions to Create a Better Future Monday, April 29 6:30pm, Council Chambers In the past 250 years, human activity has caused climate change, ocean acidification, waste, plastic pollution, and other large-scale shifts. To preserve our planet, we must regenerate our environment and develop practical solutions we can all use. Hélène Thibieroz of We Grow Green Tech will share and discuss plastics, waste, ocean acidification, and present solutions we can all adopt to become conscious citizens of our planet.