Hypertufa Workshop

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You may have heard about or seen hypertufa pots – now here is your chance to create your own! In this workshop, the Master Gardener℠ volunteers of Robeson County, will demonstrate and provide all construction materials for your very own container you can take home with you. You will need to bring your own mold to form your pot. Molds with detail on the inside will show up on the outside of your hypertufa pot and work best.

Saturday, June 26, 2021, from 10 a.m. to noon
O.P. Owens Agriculture Center

Class size is limited to 20 participants. There is a fee of $25 (check or money order only, made payable to N.C. Cooperative Extension of Robeson County) due by June 25, 2021, along with the PDF fillable enrollment form, in order to reserve your space. The class will be outside, so dress appropriately. Please leave a working phone number with registration in case of inclement weather or for rescheduling.

For more information, contact Mack Johnson by phone at 910-671-3276 or email at mack_johnson@ncsu.edu.

Hypertufa in pot