The Webinar Shop
Ready to grow? We offer a variety of gardening-related webinars. Register for one of our live, upcoming webinars or dig into our archives of pre-recorded presentations below ($8 each). Click on any topic and gain instant access to info from trusted cold-climate gardening pros.
Minnesota Woodland Owner Workshop Series
Learn about woodland stewardship plans and financial incentives, conservation easements and your woodland legacy.
Grow Your Dream Forest
Growing a healthy and resilient woodland takes time and preparation. Get advice from natural resource professionals to help you succeed.
Improving Your Woods and Shoreline
Want to improve wildlife habitat in your woods? Concerned about your home surviving a wildfire? Is your lake's water quality poor? Explore ways you can improve the health of your woods and shoreline.
Growing Dahlias: Part 1
Pro Dahlia Del shares his best practices around caring for these garden stunners from January through June.
Growing Dahlias: Part 2
Learn about late-season dahlia care from the expert, Dahlia Del, himself. Part 2 focuses on what to do July through December.
Sowing seeds outdoors in winter (yes, in the Upper Midwest!) is easy, rewarding and inexpensive. Learn how to make mini greenhouses from recyclables around the house and continue growing all winter.
Learn a variety of buckthorn control techniques and best management practices from the pros. Sink less time and money into restoring native woodland plant and wildlife habitats.
Oriental bittersweet is killing our native, 100-year-old oak trees. Explore ways to prevent new infestations and techniques for controlling this invasive plant.
Presenter Cheryl Culbreth considers this invasive plant "the bane of my existence." Learn about control options so that you can help restore native plant communities and wildlife habitat.
Growing Culinary Ginger
Ready to grow a bumper crop? Expert grower Melissa Driscoll shares her best tips for successfully growing and harvesting baby ginger in your home garden (outside in Minnesota!).