According to Ashley, "Wildscaping is for everyone and everything. It's a way that we can interact with nature by helping to repair fragmented ecosystems while at the same time being repaid with nature's incredible beauty!"
Hartman received her master's from Texas A&M. She was one of the few graduate students chosen to be a lecturer there. Hartman also worked in the Horticulture Education Program at Callaway Gardens in Georgia. Here in Texoma, Hartman helped start the Horticulture Program at NCTC which just adopted a degree plan in Sustainable Horticulture. Besides working in her flower and vegetable gardens, Hartman enjoys singing and playing guitar, cooking, backpacking and beekeeping.
Wildscaping is a free class, open to the public.
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- Sponsored byTexas A&M AgriLIFE Extension Service, Grayson County and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Educational programs of the Texas AgriLIFE Extension Service and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department are open to all people without regard to race, color, sex, disability