Content and Promotional Materials now Available!
Following are updates on the “Grow Budget-Wise, Beautiful Gardens Anywhere” Program from garden expert Melinda Myers for Wisconsin Public Libraries to use from April – September.
Here is the news release with details about the program for your review. All the program content is free of charge thanks to underwriting sponsor We Energies.
You can help this program to be a success! Please promote it in your community and to your patrons. Here are some ideas:
If you have any questions, please email Diana Paul.
Growing gardens is good for your mind, body, spirit, and budget. To assist people in finding ways to grow nutritious food and beautiful landscapes, We Energies has teamed up with gardening expert Melinda Myers. Together, they will produce and provide Wisconsin Public Libraries with FREE “Grow Budget-Wise, Beautiful Gardens Anywhere” educational program content for this growing season. The content and programming will be made available to the libraries at no cost and your library may offer the programs and content to your patrons throughout the months of April through September 2023. All information about this program and how to access the content will be sent via email from Kelly Bolter, Adult Programming Coordinator for Milwaukee Public Library.
This is a program factsheet with exactly what you’ll be able to offer your patrons and ideas on how you can work the content into your programming, including 3 Webinars (registration links are in the attached document), 3 How-to Videos, and 4 Activities. Melinda and her team hope you can include all of this content (or as much as you can) in your 2023 Program Guides.
Melinda Myers looks forward to producing this “Grow Budget-Wise, Beautiful Gardens Anywhere” Programming for your library so you can use it and share it with your patrons.
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