Wreath-Making Demonstration

Wreath-Making Workshop

Making fragrant evergreen wreaths is a creative and fun way to get in the Holiday spirit. The Cabell County Master Gardeners will demonstrate how to make and trim natural wreaths at The Wild Ramp on Saturday, December 13, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. The wreaths that are made as part of the demonstration will be available for sale at The Wild Ramp.

The Master Gardener program and training are conducted by the West Virginia University Extension Service through the county extension offices. The training provides gardeners with the opportunity to improve their horticultural knowledge and skills and then share their experience with the public through organized volunteer activities. The program topics covered include: botany, plant problem diagnosis, soils, ornamentals, pest management, fruits, vegetables, and plant propagation. For more information on How to Become a Certified Master Gardener, contact them at ccmgemail@gmail.com.

Raine

Raine Klover is the Communications & Outreach Manager at The Wild Ramp. She is a dedicated foodie who enjoys gardening and cooking; and aspires to live in a tiny house with a huge garden.

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Raine Klover is the Communications & Outreach Manager at The Wild Ramp. She is a dedicated foodie who enjoys gardening and cooking; and aspires to live in a tiny house with a huge garden.
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