Saturday April 7, 2018 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Sedgwick County Extension Education Center – 4-Hall & on the Grounds
7001 W. 21st Street North (at Ridge Rd.)
Wichita, KS 67205
Sponsored by Sedgwick County Extension Master Gardener Volunteers and
K-State Research & Extension – Sedgwick County
Healthy Trees for the Urban Environment
Trees are an investment in our landscape, for both financial and aesthetic reasons, and choosing, planting, and maintaining the best trees for our local conditions is important. Tree Fest will feature information on choosing, planting and maintaining trees that provide an important element for our quality of life and that are well-suited for our area of Kansas.
Tree care professionals will be on hand at the 2018 Tree Festival to share their advice on these topics, and more, on Saturday, April 7, 2018 at the Sedgwick County Extension Education Center, 21st and Ridge Road in Wichita.
Seminars include appropriate topics for both the homeowner and commercial audience. Plant vendors from around the region will have unique trees and plants for sale.
Admission is FREE.
Seminars and Demonstrations include:
Seminars in 4-H Hall:
Homeowner Decisions on Tree Selection and Placement-Bob Neier Planting and Maintaining a New Tree-Dr. Jason Griffin
The Importance of Mulching-Matthew McKernan
What’s Wrong With My Tree?-Tim McDonnell, Kansas Forest Service
Demonstrations by Sedgwick County Extension Master Gardener Volunteers:
Composting 101 – Bison Room for lecture then out to Demo Garden for Demonstration
Pruning Roses (south of 4-H Hall entry)
Tree Planting, Mulching and Watering Demonstration
Tree Pruning and Pruning Tools
A Pancake and Sausage Breakfast ($5) will be available, there will be a craft for children, and Master Gardener Volunteers will be on hand to answer your tree and gardening questions.