The mission of the Inland Empire Master Gardeners’ club (IEMG) is to increase the knowledge of horticulture among its members and to bring it to Inland Empire communities. The members fulfill this mission by educating the general public about plants, plant-life, conservation, pests and related topics in southern California. The Inland Empire Master Gardener Club is a non-profit organization. If you’d like to join IEMG as a full member, annual dues are $20 (single membership) or $25 (dual in same household). Checks can be made out to “IEMGC” and mailed to … Inland Empire Master Gardener Club, 2660 Macy Street, Muscoy, California, 92407. Email email@example.com for more information or with questions about IEMG. And thanks for your interest!!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Thank you, everyone, for a delightful December Holiday Pot luck. Let’s do it again next year!
January 2011 Program: Rialto’s Remaining Orange Grove
On Wednesday, January 15th, John Adams of Adam’s Acre from Rialto, CAwill tell us how he is sustaining the last standing citrus grove in the city of Rialto. Read about Rialto’s only orange grove. .
Please join us for refreshments and good gardening gabbing at each meeting. And don’t forget about the monthly door prize table (donations welcome). You could bring home a new plant or helpful gardening tool. See you there!
Upcoming Topics: In the Month of February 2011: Sanseveria, presented by our own Jim Higdem.
And don’t miss our crafty March 2011 program on ‘Creating your own Garden Art’, presented by Cheryl Goddard!
Meetings are held the third Wednesday of the month, from 6:00 p.m. through 8:00 p.m at the Hutton Community Center, 660 Colton Avenue, Colton, CA. [Location]
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