UCCE Master Gardeners of San Joaquin County
University of California
UCCE Master Gardeners of San Joaquin County

The New CA Landscape - Stockton Workshop - September 3rd

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Click here for the Sept. 3rd workshop agenda

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The UC Master Gardeners of San Joaquin County and the Statewide UC Master Program in partnership with the California Department of Water Resources will be providing a one day regional drought workshop in San Joaquin County. The workshop is open to all UC Master Gardeners and will focus on critical issue of water management in the home landscape and provide a forum for discussion of drought-related UC Master Gardener outreach around the state. Come meet your fellow UC Master Gardeners and receive valuable information and instructions from UC experts as well as additional resources to take back to your program and community.

Space is limited! Sign up today!

Registration for this event is $20.00.

Light morning refreshments and lunch is included in the price.

Registration deadline is August 24, 2015. 

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San Joaquin Master Gardeners Please Register Here

Location

The training will take place at the Robert J. Cabral Agricultural Center - Home of the San Joaquin Master Gardeners! 

We are located at 2101 E. Earhart Ave. Stockton, 95206.
Our office is easily accessible from Hwy. 99 and I-5. 

Click here for a map. 

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Contact Us

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Have a question? Give us a call!

Marcy Sousa: Program Coordinator 209-953-6100

Email: mdhachman@ucanr.edu

San Joaquin MG Office: 209-953-6112

Overnight Accomodations

Holiday Inn Express is located 1.5 miles away from our office.

Host Master Gardeners - Please select this option when registering if you are interested in staying with a local Master Gardener. You will be contacted if we are able to connect you with a host MG.

*Please note that we will do our best to accommodate those interested in staying Tuesday evening with a local MG but it is not guaranteed that we will be able to meet all requests we may get. 

This training is made possible by:

University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources, and the State of California Department of Water Resources

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Webmaster Email: mdhachman@ucdavis.edu