to the Central Peninsula Garden Club. Our gardens are in the
Kasilof, Kenai, Nikiski, Soldotna, and Sterling areas of the
Kenai peninsula, Alaska. The Central Peninsula Garden Club's
purpose is to educate and exchange reliable information
about gardening and it's related activities.
group is now live! Please check out this new forum to
discuss ideas, ask those burning questions, and get feedback
from your fellow members! The group is open to all, even if
you are not currently a garden club member."
Here's the link:
The Club face book page gets busier
every week. Itís so impressive to read and
see pictures from various group members.
Plant problem questions are asked and
answered all the time; great tomato pictures
are showing up this week and so on. Take a
look and hop on.
again to our newsletter layout volunteers,
Becky Holloway and Pam Voeller. They
take turns, generally 3-4 months each doing
the layouts. I gather the info, think up
articles, get pictures and ad layouts;
Treasurer Peggy Morris, sends in the monthly
report; this month, Cathy Haas, Plant Sale
chair, wrote a wrap up of the Plant Sale.
All this info and the various pictures from
club members like Bob Malvin and Lee Bowman
and of course Willís Ramblings are then
emailed to Becky or Pam to put together in
their soft ware program, add the graphics
and make it look good. One or two proofs
and here you are, your monthly newsletter.
I know there are Garden Club members with
writing skills, layout skills, photography
talents, newsletter experience and more and your
help is truly needed to form a Newsletter
Committee of 3-4-5-6 people. Please
give a call to make the newsletter even
better and share the wealth.
meets the second Tuesdays of September through May
with occasional bonus meetings.
Our meetings are usually held at 7:00 pm at the Cook
Inlet Aquaculture building located on Kalifornsky
Beach Road. Our summer months of June, July, and
August are packed with gardening activities,
workshops, and tours. You are welcome to join us.
the Kenai Peninsula is incredibly unique with a short
growing season, long days, mild temperatures and a
diversity of soil types and micro climates.
Snowfall fluctuates depending on location and year. Our
goal is to overcome the challenges of gardening in an
area with such diverse conditions and take advantage of
the amazing gardening opportunities that Alaska
provides. Come join us for some fun, education, and
networking as we tour local gardens, arrange gardening
workshops, and plan the next plant sale.