Submitted Article Penn State Extension Master Gardener Carol McNamara will lead a program on Jumping Earthworms where you will learn about this aggressive invasive species that is negatively affecting our gardens and ecosystems. This invasive species has been reported locally. Join Carol on Wednesday, September 8 at 6:00 pm inContinue Reading

Submitted Article The Penn State Extension Master Gardeners in Susquehanna County’s monthly photo contest continues with ‘Winter Landscapes’ as January’s theme. December’s theme was ‘Holiday Decorations.’ According to Master Gardener coordinator Kimberly Grace, “There were several super photos from Abigail Roe, Bev. H. James, and Alicia Grenier. We could onlyContinue Reading

Edited from Submitted Materials The Penn State Extension Master Gardeners in Susquehanna County started a monthly photo contest in October and have announced Meghan Leonard of Montrose as their first winner. “Although there were several super photos, we had to only pick one,” Master Gardener coordinator Kimberly Brace explained inContinue Reading

Submitted Article and Photo Susquehanna County Penn State Extension master gardener co-coordinator Kimberly Grace invites local gardeners who have considered stepping up their game a notch to take the first steps toward being a Master Gardener through online learning: Have you always wanted to become a Master Gardener but neverContinue Reading

Marilyn Race (above, center) has participated with her fellow Master Gardeners many times at Susquehanna County Ag Day. Submitted Article Susquehanna County Master Gardener Marilyn Race has a long rich history with Penn State Extension. Marilyn has been a Penn State Extension Master Gardener since 2003. She began her involvement/volunteeringContinue Reading

By Rick Hiduk (Also published in the Susquehanna County Independent) A series of meetings geared to dairy producers will also provide an opportunity for them to meet the region’s new Penn State Extension dairy educator, Michal Lunak, who started with the agency this past summer. From 11 am to 2Continue Reading