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Gatlinburg Post-Fire Planting Guide

If you are wondering about how to go about recovering and restoring the devastation to plants and animals alike after the devastation of the Great Smoky Mountains and Gatlinburg caused by the recent fires,  the Tennessee Invasive Plant Council & Tennessee Native Plant Society have teamed up

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April 22, 2017 SCAMGA Annual Flower and Garden Show and Sale

Mark the date: Saturday, April 22, 2017 for the 12th Annual SCAMGA Flower and Garden Show and Sale presented by the University of Tennessee Extension Service and the Sevier County Area Master Gardeners Association. Rain or Shine, it’s inside!  Proceeds of

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TN Central Region Master Gardener Summer Workshop

When: June 30th Where: Ellington Ag Center, Nashville T Choose three morning educational sessions from: Hands on plant diagnostics Plant CSI tours of the ag Center grounds Tour of the MG DC  demonstration garden Selecting and leading service projects Engaging interns Networking with other officers

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Farmers’ Market Fresh

Linda Hyder, Family Consumer Science Agent, UT Extension Sevier County, will be presenting a program called “Farmers’ Market Fresh”. This program will be held each Friday from 1 July thru 5 August, 2016 at the Servierville Downtown Farmers’ Market from

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Gardening Classes Open to the Public

We will be offering a series starting this month called Twilight in The Garden at the Sevier County Extension Office,  752 Old Knoxville Hwy, Sevierville, TN 37862 Phone:(865) 453-3695 Classes will be a hour each and are held in the Teaching Patch

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Common Butterflies

As you are working out in your yard this spring, keep an eye out for these butterflies common to our area by Glenna Julian & Lois Worthington. Glenna and Lois will be presenting the following topics at the 2016 Wilderness Wildlife

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Hot Peppers

Habanero Peppers

By Roger Simpson (1947-2015) People who raise and eat hot peppers are a subculture of their own. Even within pepper heads, there are those who pride themselves on only eating the hottest peppers. This article will attempt to explain to

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Junior MG News

From the JMG Kids and Teachers: Thank you to everyone that supported our booth at the Plant Sale. We netted over $500! That will go a long way to support JMG Camp and our other educational activities. We couldn’t run

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