Courtesy Photo / Kristi Hooton 
The garden at Morgan Humphreys Davis.

Courtesy Photo / Kristi Hooton The garden at Morgan Humphreys Davis.

Thank yous for the week of July 18., 2021

Thank you, merci, danke, gracias, gunalchéesh.

Thank you for making the garden tour a success

Courtesy Photo / Kristi Hooton 
The garden at Morgan Humphreys Davis.

Courtesy Photo / Kristi Hooton The garden at Morgan Humphreys Davis.

The Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Association would like to thank everyone who contributed for a successful 2021 Garden Tour. Sincere thanks to Koren Bosworth, Clay McDole Annette Coyle, Jenifer Shapland and Martha Murray, Brock Tabor, Morgan Humphreys Davis and Kris Benson who shared their wonderful garden spaces with us and to the docents who provided information and hospitality to visitors. Thanks to our sponsors: Sunny Slope Organic Farm, Anchor Marine Custom Upholstery & Canvas, Inside Passage Natural Medicine, Juneau Composts, Alaska Heart Designs, Sunrise Inspirations, Ed’s Edibles Landscaping, Landscape Alaska, Friends of Jensen-Olson Arboretum, Juneau Garden Club, American Primrose Society Juneau Chapter, Southeast Alaska Real Estate, Don Abel Building Supply Garden Center, and Rising Tide Farm. Photos of the tour and links to our past conference and upcoming events, can be found online at seak-mastergardeners.org

Alaska Master Gardeners Association

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Courtesy Photo / Corinne Conlon 
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Courtesy Photo / Corinne Conlon People on board a boat wait to spot a whale.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska would like to thank the City and Borough of Juneau Youth Activities Grant and Juneau Tours for sponsoring our July Match Activity — whale watch. It was our first in-person group gathering in over 15 months!

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska

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