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Offices Closed: New Year’s Day

The Practicing Gardener YouTube Channel with Bill Swantner

Master Gardener On-Line Training

Lunch and Learn Gardening Webinar Series

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension (TAMU) Online Courses (Free & Fee)

WOAI 1200 AM Lawn and Garden Show

Aggie Horticulture Facebook Live!

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Offices Closed: New Year’s Day (Observed)

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Sustainability and Design Guided Tour at SABOT

Native Plants Guided Tour at SABOT

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2022 Beef Cattle Short Course

Gardening Begins with the Soil (SABOT)

BCMG Board of Directors Meeting

Attracting Birds and Pollinators at Home Webinar

Lunch & Learn With a Bexar County Master Gardener – Starting Your Vegetable Garden from Seeds

Bird Watching Guided Tour at SABOT

Family Gardening Workshop: Planting Herbs (SABOT)

Fruits & Citrus Seminar

Children’s Vegetable Garden at SABOT – Registration Now Open

Offices Closed: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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Ethnobotany of Native Plants Guided Tour at SABOT

BCMG January Monthly Meeting – Rodeo Tomatoes: Their History & How to Grow Them

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Fruit Tree Seminar

Orchid Seminar Day at SABOT

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Renewing Interest in San Antonio’s Native Plants at SABOT

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Fruit Trees

Celebrate Orchids! at SABOT

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The Practicing Gardener YouTube Channel with Bill Swantner

Master Gardener On-Line Training

Lunch and Learn Gardening Webinar Series

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension (TAMU) Online Courses (Free & Fee)

WOAI 1200 AM Lawn and Garden Show

Children’s Vegetable Garden at SABOT – Registration Now Open

Aggie Horticulture Facebook Live!

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Healthy Trees and Certified Arborist Preparation Course

Sustainability and Design Guided Tour at SABOT

Native Plants Guided Tour at SABOT

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Color codes for the calendar are as follows:

  • Orange: These are events for BCMG members only.
  • Blue: These are public events for which BCMG members can also receive CEU credit.
  • Green: These are events that are open to the general public.
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