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  • Gardening in Michigan

    Michigan is great for growing fruit, vegetables, flowers and landscape plants. MSU Extension offers many resources including the Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Program, the Smart Gardening initiative and a gardening hotline at 1-888-678-3464.


  • The Song of a Snowy Tree Cricket

    Published on August 5, 2020
    The song of a snowy tree cricket at 77 degrees Fahrenheit. SINA. 2020. Singing Insects of North America. (CC BY-SA 4.0).

  • Tomato Diseases, Insects, and Disorders Webinar

    Published on January 27, 2016

    Getting started with tomato diseases, insects and disorders webinar.

  • Beekeeping for Pollination and Honey

    Published on January 11, 2016

    Getting started with beekeeping for pollination and honey

  • Smart Gardening: Soil Tests

    Video walk through of how to test soil.

  • Smart Gardening: Soils

    Published on July 10, 2014

    MSU extension Smart Gardening series on soil.

  • Smart Gardening Webinar: Captivating Caterpillars

    Published on July 22, 2020

    Join Lepidopteran lover Dr. Duke Elsner in a look at many types of caterpillars that may be munching on your gardens.

  • Houseplants with Sayde Heckman

    On our April 10, 2020 Cabin Fever Conversation, we chatted with Sayde Heckman about her love of houseplants (and her current collection of 138 houseplants!).

  • Seed Starting with Rebecca Krans

    Published on February 16, 2021

    Our first episode of Cabin Fever Conversations for 2021 featured MSU Extension's Rebecca Krans teaching us about seed starting.

  • Gardening for Birds with Linnea Rowse

    On the May 15, 2020 episode of Cabin Fever Conversations, Linnea Rowse from Michigan Audubon cured our boredom with bird-om and helped us understand how even the smallest home garden can help sustain migratory bird populations.

  • Engaging in Science with Abbey Palmer

    On the May 22, 2020 episode of Cabin Fever Conversations, Abbey Palmer helped sparked our wonder by showing us small ways we can be scientists in our garden, with some great tips for kid (and adult!) friendly practices to foster your curiosity.

  • Wild Bees with Kelsey Graham

    On the May 8, 2020 episode of Cabin Fever Conversations, Kelsey Graham introduced us to some of Michigan's wild bee species, and provided guidance on supporting these essential pollinators in gardens.

  • Honey Bees with Ana Heck

    On our April 24, 2020 Cabin Fever Conversation, we were joined with Ana Heck from MSU's Department of Entomology.

  • Container Gardens with Rebecca Finneran

    On our April 24, 2020 Cabin Fever Conversation, Rebecca Finneran of MSU Extension shared here passion and enthusiasm for gardening in containers, and gave attendees inspiration and ideas for expanding their own container gardens.

  • Soil Life with Ali Zahorec

    On this episode of Cabin Fever Conversations, we are joined by Ali Zahorec to learn all about the "secret life of soil".

  • Naturalizing Yards with Egypt Krohn

    On the May 29, 2020 episode of Cabin Fever Conversations, Egypt Krohn (Allen Neighborhood Hunter Park Gardenhouse) helped us re-imagine how we use the space outside our homes to invest in ecological health.

  • Edible Landscaping with Naim Edwards

    On our May 1, 2020 Cabin Fever Conversation, Naim Edwards helped us imagine gardens and public spaces bounding with edible plants - including annual produce, perennial fruits, and nut trees!

  • Seed Saving with Abby Harper

    In our April 3, 2020 webinar, hosts Abigail Harper and Isabel Branstrom chatted about the power of incorporating seed saving practices into your garden.

  • Monarch Butterflies with Nate Haan

    On the June 5, 2020 episode of Cabin Fever Conversations, Nate Haan walked us through the incredible journey of Monarch Butterflies.

  • Mar 18

    Extension Master Gardener Program Training Course - Berrien County

    March 18, 2021 – June 17, 2021 4-8 p.m. EST via Zoom

    The MSU Extension Master Gardener Program is a volunteer leader training program for people who are enthusiastic to learn science based environmentally friendly gardening practices and share this knowledge with others to improve Michigan communities.

  • Mar 8

    Southwest Michigan Garden Party Programs March 8

    March 8, 2021 6:00PM – 7:15PM Zoom

    Join us for these fun and informative gardening sessions!