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PANA — The weather is changing, and so are the leaves, and many people from all the local towns enjoyed an Afternoon Tree Walk on Saturday, October 22, with our Christian County Master Gardeners. Over forty participants joined our Master Gardeners at the picturesque hilltop farm of Linda Kehias, who was an early graduate of the Master Gardener program. The family farm has been developed into a budding arboretum featuring trees suitable to our Central Illinois area, both those familiar to us and some more unique selections that warrant consideration when adding trees to your home landscape. Participants toured the grounds of her farm and could see and learn about the varieties of trees firsthand. If you enjoy gardening and want to share your knowledge, the Master Gardener program may be for you! All you need is an interest in gardening, an open mind, and a willingness to share your knowledge with others. If you are interested in joining or being a future event host, contact the Christian County Extension Office at 217-287-7246.
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