Okay, this meeting is a dream come true for our Program Chair Deborah H.
As a long-time Master Gardener, she devoured Robert Pavlis’ books on Garden Myths, Soil Science and Compost (among other topics) and now she is making it possible for us to hear him live and (almost) in person.
Robert Pavlis has over 45 years’ experience in the art and science of horticulture, with a particular focus on soil chemistry and health. He is the owner and developer of Aspen Grove Gardens, a 6-acre botanical garden featuring 3,000 varieties of plants. A sought-after speaker, and lecturer, Robert has published many articles in magazines such as Mother Earth News and Ontario Gardening. He maintains two widely read blogs – gardenfundamentals.com and gardenmyths.com – and a popular YouTube channel with tens of thousands of subscribers. Robert is the author of Compost Science for Gardeners, Plant Science for Gardeners, Soil Science for Gardeners, and Building Natural Ponds.
Because he lives in Guelph, Canada this meeting will be by Zoom only. Links and details will be sent to chapter members. Be aware that some of his advice is Northeast-centric, so feel free to read the websites ahead of time and come with questions!