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The Coconino Master Gardeners and The Arboretum at Flagstaff announce a new lunchtime lecture series beginning January 27 at noon. Programs are held at the Coconino County Extension Office, 2304 N 3rd St, from noon-1pm on the 4th Tuesday of every month.

Topics range from growing tomatoes at high elevation to climate change and integrated pest management. Coming presentations:

  • September 29:    What's Happening with 4FRI - Steve Gatewood, Greater                                   Flagstaff Forests Partnership

  • October 27:         Phenology and Phenology Gardens - Christi Sorrell and                                   Dr. Kris Haskins

  • November 24:     The Truth about Prairie Dogs - Lynne Nemeth


The Master Gardener program is a nation-wide certification program offered through the Cooperative Extension network for those interested in learning more about specific gardening and horticulture needs in their geographic areas. The Coconino Master Gardener program emphasizes the needs of high country gardening. Master Gardener Training is offered in Flagstaff twice a year. Visit for more information.