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For the first time in over a decade, the growing zones for the entire United States have been reconfigured. Join us to discuss what this means now for gardening and best practices in growing plants in the Rogue Valley and beyond.
Classically trained at the UCLA Landscape Architecture program, presenter Lucretia Weems is a Jackson County Master Gardener, and has been designing gardens in the Rogue Valley for over 15 years. Her lectures on history and landscape design have been enjoyed around Jackson County, and her first book was published in 2023.
Lucretia will be returning to the Ashland Library for another lecture this Spring: May 9th: Heroines in the History of Botany: The Americans.
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In the face of vociferous opposition from some Ashland residents, the City Council on Tuesday approved the second and final reading of its new telecommunications ordinance by the same 5-to-1 vote as the first reading. 
Notice is hereby given that on April 9, 2024, the Ashland Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. at the Ashland Civic Center, 1175 East Main Street for the following item:
April 10, 2024. Council Chambers – 6 P.M. 1175 E Main Street.
Ashland City Council and Ashland Parks & Recreation Commissioners sat in a joint session Monday to review the strengths and weaknesses illuminated by the city’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access report. 
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