Culinary History Enthusiasts of Wisconsin
“Putting Down Roots: Gardening Insights and Inspiration from Wisconsin's Early Settlers,”
presented by Marcia Carmichael
September 5 at 7:15 PM Goodman Atwood Community Center, Bolz Room A;
149 Waubesa Street, Madison 53704; 608-241-1574
Author Marcia Carmichael will explore the rich ethnic diversity of Wisconsin's early settlers, their gardening styles and traditions, favorite plants, garden implements, and recipes. You will be invited to meet, pet, and sniff a selection of heirloom plants, and may be inspired to grow a few in your own pot or garden. Marcia freely shares her passion for plants, gardens, and historical accuracy.
Marcia Carmichael is the historical gardener at Old World Wisconsin and author of Putting Down Roots: Gardening Insights from Wisconsin's Early Settlers (Wisconsin Historical Society Press).
To get on the mailing list, or for more information, call Joan Peterson at 608-233-5488 or Jean DeVore at 608-836-1368.
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