Lodi Elementary School, Lodi, WI
May 20, 2017
Entrance - $12
Registration in person day of event.
9:00am Doors Open
9:00-9:30 Registration table will have your info packets and schedule. Tickets will be on sale at the door. Cash or check only.
9:00-10:00 Visit all the local businesses offering garden, lawn, landscaping, home décor, food, and much more. Market Place Open ALL DAY.
10:00-10:45 Welcome Kick Off: Friends of the Lodi Public Library
Keynote Speaker: Ethan Rosen, PureLine Seeds, Vice President of Operations Fresh Market Division - International Sales
“Propagation and development of Seeds” Their research garden, located here in Lodi, will be one of our featured gardens in the August Garden Walk.
10:45-11:30 Break Out Session - Refer to Your Individual Schedules for locations.
11:30-12:15 Break-Out Session - Refer to Your Individual Schedules for locations.
12:15-1:00 Lunch A — Located just off the Classroom Hallway – Refer to Map or Just Ask One of our Friendly Guides! Marketplace Is Open!
1:00-1:45 Lunch B — Located just off the Classroom Hallway – Refer to Map or Just Ask One of Our Friendly Guide! Marketplace is Open!
1:00-1:45 Break Out Session - Refer to Your Individual Schedules for Locations.
1:45-2:00 Break-Out Session - Refer to Your Individual Schedules for locations.
2:00-2:45 Break-Out Session - Refer to Your Individual Schedules for Locations.
2:45-3:30 Closing Speaker: Friends of Lodi Library Garden Walk Information and Discount Tickets.
3:30-4:00 Visit your Favorite Booth Break out session speakers available for questions you didn’t think of or have a chance to ask!
A. Care and Pruning of Trees (Room 202): Jill Bennett
B. Garden Maintenance (Room 212) Laurie Erdman
C. Herb (Room 214): Becky Melvin Holistic Healing
D. Environmental Lawn Maintenance (Room 228) : Bruce Schweiger UW Madison Mgr. OJ Noer Research Facility
E. Landscaping Tips and Design (Room 226): Tim Ripp Graphite to Green
F. Floral Arranging: (Room 224) Nancy Flowers
G. Straw Bale Gardening (Room 216): Allan Pyle of Jung Garden
I. Bees (Room 229):
J. CSA Farm to Table (Theatre): Tracy Becker Becker Family Farms
JK. Food Preservation Insp (Theatre): Becky Gutzman, Mst. Gardener
H. Chickens and Gardens (Room 206) : Adam Steinberg
JKL. Container Gardening(Theatre) Kathy Delaney, Mst.Gardener
I-I Fibers of the Gods-(Lodi Alpaca(Rm 229)) Jan Clingman
Since their purchase of Pure Line Seeds in 2004, Susan and William Pfeil have directed the company’s global expansion. The Pfeils took a regional U.S. seed company focused mainly on the processing industry and helped it blossom into a multi-national seed production and distribution company for both the processing and fresh market industries.
J. W. Jung Seed Company is a Wisconsin-based, family owned company that will celebrate its 110th anniversary in 2017. Jung offers a wide range of GMO-free horticultural products including vegetable, herb, annual, and perennial seeds and plants; small fruit plants and fruit trees; and ornamental landscape plants from groundcovers to shrubs and trees.
A group designed to support the programs offered at the Lodi Public Library