CARLISLE, Pa. — Join the Penn State Master Gardeners of Cumberland County for “Gardening with Nature: Creating The Bower” on Thursday, May 18, 7:00-8:30pm, in-person at the Penn State Extension office at 310 Allen Road in Carlisle.
Learn how Bill and Jane Allis transformed their private residence of 36 acres in Central PA into a public native garden and sculpture park called The Bower. Jane, a teacher, and Bill, a retired environmental engineer, used their love of nature and the outdoors to transform their land into something everyone can enjoy. Follow their journey as they worked with landscape architects and art consultants to bring this local new nature venue to life!
The registration fee is $5.00. The registration deadline is Wednesday, May 17, 2023. Register online at https://extension.psu.edu/gardening-with-nature-creating-the-bower or call Penn State Extension Registration Services toll-free at 1-877-345-0691. Walk-ins will be accepted if space is available.
Future programs in the 2023 Gardening with Nature series include How to Create a Pollinator Friendly Garden; Tree Selection and Planting; Pruning Basics and Beyond; and Winter Seed Sowing. These future programs will be held in-person in the Community Room at the Fredricksen Library located at 100 N. 19th Street in Camp Hill. Everyone interested in gardening and a healthy environment is welcome to attend these programs.
For more information, call the Penn State Extension office at 717-240-6500, email CumberlandExt@psu.edu, visit the website for the Penn State Master Gardeners of Cumberland County at https://extension.psu.edu/programs/master-gardener/counties/cumberland, or find us on Facebook at CumberlandMG. Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity, and the diversity of its workforce.
–Penn State Extension