The Central Peninsula Garden Club is hosting a variety of gardening workshops every Saturday in May. Public registration is available online by visiting our Club website www.cenpengardenclub.org (May Workshops Registration page). All workshops have a nominal fee of $5.00; some workshops have additional supply fees. Attendance limits apply, so register early. May Workshops available are: May 6 - Vermiculture: How to Use Worm Castings for Compost in Your Organic Garden; Growing Winter Squash In and Outside of a High Tunnel; Growing Potatoes in Buckets or Containers; Create a Hanging Basket; Seed Starting and Transplanting; Pruning May 13 - Green House Management Before, During and Clean Up After Growing Season Has Ended; Fun with Fish Bones: Why and How to Use Alaska Fish Bones as an Organic Amendment; Organic Perennial Gardening on a Budget; Greenhouse Management Before, During Growing Season and Clean Up After Season Has Ended May 20 - Growing in a High Tunnel; Pros and Cons of Growing in a High Tunnel; Landscape Design; Tree, Shrub and Lawn Maintenance May 27 - Raising Chickens for Eggs and Meat; Composting and Local Amendments Equals Healthy Growing Soil; Make Herbal Balms and Salves; Irrigation, Cold Frames and Mini Tunnels Questions? Contact Donna H:(907)420-0480, C:(559)360-8225, email@example.com. Membership and general club information is available at www.cenpengardenclub.org, on facebook, or contact Renae Wall, firstname.lastname@example.org.