Upcoming  Events

 

  Northwest Flower & Garden Show

  When:    February 7-11, 2018
                 9am-8pm (6pm on Sunday)
  Where:   Washington State Convention Center


The Flower and Garden Show is quickly approaching and we are looking for volunteers to help us spread
the word about PlantAmnesty. As a volunteer, you not only get to tell people about your favorite organization, 
but you get an all day pass to the show! 
This is a great opportunity to learn more about what is going on in the plant world, smell the flowers and hear
interesting speakers from near and far.
 
We are looking to fill the booth Wednesday, February 7 - Sunday, February 11 at the following times:
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
12 p.m. - 3 p.m.
3 p.m. - 6 p.m. 
6 p.m. - 8 p.m. (this shift is not available on Sunday, but we will need help taking the booth down 
if you would like to volunteer for that).
 
The best time slots are going quickly, so let us know ASAP if you would like to be a part of another great 
year at the Flower and Garden Show with PlantAmnesty!

CONTACT
Michelle Rau, our new Volunteer Coordinator, at michelle.rau@plantamnesty.org
or 206-783-9813 to volunteer!

 


 

Master Pruner Series for Professionals
Offered by the University of Washington's Botanical Gardens (UWBG)
in conjunction with PlantAmnesty


When:  
  A morning and an afternoon class every Thursday
               from January 18 - March 29, 2018 
Where:   UWBG/s Center for Urban Horticulture
3501 NE 41st St in NE Seattle
Fee:       See flyer below for fee information


Fruit-tree pruning and rose pruning will be taught
by experts on January 18.
 
Click here to see a printable flyer with all of the details!

Click here to register!

 

   Master Pruner Series: 
   Winter Fruit-Tree Pruning Workshop

                  SOLD OUT!

   When:    Saturday, January 20 -- 10am - 3pm|
   Where:   The Orchard at Highline Seatac Botanical Gardens
   Fee:        $75 for PlantAmnesty members; $85 for nonmembers
Prerequisite:  attendance at a Master Pruner Series Fruit Tree Pruning class (one of the above classes either on Sunday, January 14, or on Thursday, January 18,   or a Fruit-Tree Pruning class in a previous year).

Fruit-tree pruning experts will give live pruning demonstrations throughout the day in small groups providing lots of opportunity for students to give it a try!

Children's Hospital Tree Walk
With Walt Bubelis

When:             Saturday, January 27
                        10am - 12pm                                  
Where:           Grounds of Children's Hospital
Cost:              $20/person
                                  
For More Information
     and to Register:        
Contact PlantAmnesty at
                                          206-783-9813 or
                                          info@plantamnesty.org

Take a stroll with Walt Bubelis, popular and engaging horticultural instructor from Edmonds Community College, through the wonderful array of plants on the grounds of Children's Hospital.  See how new and familiar plants are used and hear a tale or two about their uses and history.



Gala Photos Available

Photos from PlantAmnesty’s 30th Anniversary Gala are now available online courtesy of LaVie Photography.  Click on the following link to browse photos taken at the photo booth and also candid shots taken at the event:

http://LaViePhoto.instaproofs.com/PlantAmnesty.

You may download low resolution photos free-of charge.

If you would like a high resolution copy of any photo, note the number of the photo (e.g. #019 or #133), and send a request to info@plantamnesty.org.  Your request should include your name, your email address, and the number that identifies the photo you would like.  We will then send you an electronic copy of the photo(s) you request.

Thank you for helping us celebrate PlantAmnesty’s 30th Anniversary!

 

PlantAmnesty Hires Dominic Barrera
as Executive Director!
The PlantAmnesty Board is so pleased to have Dominic
join us in the role of Executive Director!
 
His energy and drive will lead us into a new future in 2018.