2011_oct_brd_mtg_minutes.doc

There will be a debriefing meeting on october 19 th

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There will be a debriefing meeting on October 19 th at 3:00 p.m. at Linda’s home. D. Cool Shade – Susan Loos Bagging of trees will be on October 19 th at Janie Farlers. Deliveries of the trees have been scheduled for October 20 th and 21 st . Susan is asking for volunteers to help in this event. Susan will address the membership at the October meeting and solicit volunteers.
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E. New Project Applications – Aimee Bissett Keep Denton Beautiful Demonstration Gardens - Aimee Bissett, Project Manager Description of Project - Three gardens administered and maintained by KDB with the purpose of educating the community on sustainable landscaping Role/Responsibility of Master Gardeners – (1) To provide educational “mini classes” at volunteer workdays and (2) serve as lead volunteers at workdays (directing 5-10 others). Earthkind Roses Research Field Trial – Aimee Bissett, Project Manager Description of Project – National field research for Earthkind roses – monitoring plant health, reporting three year trial. Role/Responsibility of Master Gardeners – Assist with installation and monitoring for first 6 weeks; conduct research and submit report monthly for 2-3 years. Linda Williams moved that we approve both of these new projects to be reviewed and renewed on an annual basis. The motion was seconded by Zoe Broxson and the motion passed unanimously. Both Project Initiation Forms are filed as a part of these minutes. F. Fair Oaks – Jenny Estes Barbara Burgin, Project Manager has requested an additional $150 be budgeted for Fair Oaks for 2012. The additional funds would be used to provide a temporary drip irrigation system for the on- site vegetable garden. The budget would be increased to a total $300. Zoe will take this as an action item for the 2012 budget . The meeting was adjourned at 11:49 A.M. Next meeting: Wednesday, November 2, 2011 at 10:00 A.M.
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