Tag Archives: AgriLife Extension

Gardening on the Gulf Coast – Herbs Revisited

Expand your Palette with an indepth look at rosemary and thyme, offering a variety of textures, fower color and taste from your garden to plate.  This is a presentation via MS TEAMS. FREE with registration , CLICK  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gardening-in-the-gulf-coast-tickets-137506051301  

Pesticide Private Applicator Class April 16 (scroll down to register)

Pesticide Private Applicator Class April 16 (scroll down to register)

Forage Series – Basic Weed Control

You will earn 2 CEUs for this class. You have two options to participate:
#1) Online ($15)
#2) In person at the Brazoria Co. Extension office.($20)
To register go online at www.tinyurl.com/y3s8tahk . Read More →

Gardening on the Gulf Coast – Xeriscape Gardening

Gardening on the Gulf Coast Lecture Series: Xeriscape Gardening with Agent Kevin Gibbs, starting at 10 am. Sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Southeast Region. Learn about plants that perform well under drought condition and use less water. This is a presentation via MS TEAMS. FREE with registration,   CLICK HERE  : www.eventbrite.com/e/gardening-on-the-gulf-coast-tickets-137506051301  

2020 BRAZORIA COUNTY PECAN SHOW

Stephen Brueggerhoff, CEA – Horticulture; Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Brazoria County AgriLife Extension is celebrating a fall tradition hosting the 2020 Brazoria County Pecan Show, an opportunity to celebrate pecan culture and bring attention to the diversity and health benefits of our native nut. Open to backyard growers and commercial producers, our office is accepting samples now until Tuesday, December 1, 2020. There is no fee for entry, non-mixed varieties with 50 nuts per submission must be delivered to 21017 CR 171 in Angleton during operating office… Read More →

5 CEU Pesticide Applicator Recertification Program Oct 21

Fall Flowers in the Fields

Stephen Brueggerhoff, CEA – Horticulture; Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service 10/12/2020 Exploring local natural areas can be a balm for our senses and well-being and may inspire you to include native plants into your home landscape. Fall is a great time to receive home gardening inspiration from nature, a season I often refer to as a second spring with native plants exhibiting brilliant colors before a short winters rest. If you are exploring local natural areas, you may see broad patterns such as pink or yellow hues appearing… Read More →

Indoor Gardening Series – Knowing and Growing – Facebook Live Presentation

This is a four part series for indoor gardening, featuring container gardening, fall and winter veggies, herbs and ending with fairy garden terrariums. Read More →

Indoor Gardening Series – Gardening Indoors – Facebook Live Presentation

Angleton Recreation Center Indoor Gardening Series. Sponsored by City of Angleton Parks and Recreation Department. Starting October 7, a four part series for indoor gardening, featuring container gardening, fall and winter veggies, herbs and ending with fairy garden terrariums. Read More →

Agriculture Symposium 2020 Webinar

Join us from the comfort of your home! All you need is a computer or laptop with internet capabilities.   Register at https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/ag  When you register you must provide your email address. A link to join the online webinar will be emailed to you the day before the webinar. Deadline for registration is April 12th (see the attached flyer for complete details.) https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/ag