Saturday, Feb 19, 9 am to Noon. Victory Gardens Workshop: Discover the Art of Vegetable Gardening.
Join a growing trend and learn how to create a bountiful organic community or backyard vegetable garden. We cover hands on summer gardening topics just in time for you to begin work on your summer gardens. $25; $20 for Texas Discovery Garden Members.

This film in the series is "The Nature of Cities". It explores both the nature of present day backyards - Austin and San Diego - and the possibilities in projects of cities of the future - Malmo, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Freiburg, Amsterdam and Paris.

The Cowtown Indie Bazaar is a bi-annual 100% handmade craft show produced by Etsy Fort Worth and is the only handmade craft show in Fort Worth produced solely by artists with all proceeds going back into the community to support the handmade arts.

A discussion of emerging information that arborists need to know about including the SITES initiative, Biochar, new developments in tree cable systems, new ANSI Standards, growth regulators and ISA qualifications. Numerous biostimulants are promoted for
improving the growth of new and established trees in the landscape. This talk will share research results on biostimulants including humic acids, vitamins, and compost tea to guide arborists to choose products and techniques that are proven effective.We’ve all seen both trees and practicing arborists do some strange things in their environments. This talk will highlight some documented arboricultural oddities both in practice and unusual species adaptations.Attendees will learn how new technologies such as smart phones, Cloud-Computing, and GPS/GIS mapping are being utilized by the Texas Forest Service to promote Urban Forestry Education in Texas Classrooms. After a major weather event, debris from fallen trees and limbs can become an impervious obstacle to emergency vehicles. A timely and efficient response assures that EMS, police, fire and utility workers can reach victims of the storm and reduce criminal activity.

A-Z of Hatching & Brooding - What you need to know in caring for your chickens.
Dan Probst, Bageneice Farms, will cover egg selection, storage, washing, incubation, egg candling process--the how-to's and whys, egg pipping and hatching, shell ectomy, what to do on the first day and the first two weeks.
Saturday, February 19th at 10 AM at North Haven Gardens -
 Also, check out the Backyard Chickens 'Learn at Lunch' session that will be on Friday, 2/18 at Noon.

Keeping Backyard Chickens by Leslie Finical Halleck. Eggs, compost and entertainment are just a few of the reasons you should keep your own backyard flock.Come get some simple how-to’s to starting your own!
Friday, February 18th, Noon to 1pm
North Haven Gardens
And then come back on Saturday, February 19th, for the 'A-Z of Hatching & Brooding' session!

Monthly meeting, check website for speaker/topic.