‘Galloping Gourmet’ stars at Master Gardeners’ Spring Workshop, April 21

How do you build a rain catchment system? Start a year-round vegetable garden? Learn the finer points of freshly cut flower arrangements? Find out answers to these questions and more, and meet the "Galloping Gourmet" as well, at WSU Extension's Master Gardeners Spring Gardening Workshop, April 21.

Would you like to know how to build a rain catchment system of your own? Or start a year-round vegetable garden?

Or learn the finer points of freshly cut flower arrangements?

Gardeners, it’s time to spring into action. And for people who like food (who doesn’t?), here’s your chance to meet the Galloping Gourmet. Graham Kerr, author, chef, speaker and television food-show programming pioneer, will headline San Juan County Master Gardeners’ Spring Gardening Workshop.

The workshop get under way, Saturday, April 21, at Friday Harbor Middle School, beginnga at 8:30 a.m.

The Gardening Workshop features more than a dozen different workshops designed to help gardeners get a jump on spring and summer, and more. For info, WSU website (http://sanjuan.wsu.edu); WSU Extension office, (360) 378-4414