Wait, those American Horticultural Society Book Award Winners look familiar…

The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener by Niki Jabbour

As Booklist’s webinar taskmistress (not as sexy as it sounds) there are myriad reasons why I think our webinars are worthwhile: hour-long, free content; sneak peeks of upcoming titles and trends; Q&As with publishers and authors; relevant information from librarian experts; a huge archive to return to; top-notch Booklist editor moderators…

All that? For free? Available monthly? Psssh, you’re thinking, too good to be true! They must be featuring lame content and boring presenters.

The Holistic Orchard by Michael Phillips
Well, dear naysayers, that’s just not the case.

In addition to the laundry list above, our sponsors showcase award-winning content and titles, which you’ll be familiar with if you had the good fortune of catching Chelsea Green Publishing, Storey Publishing, and Timber Press sponsor “Fertile Ground: Growing a Great Gardening and Homesteading Collection” (Part 2 here).

Just last week, all three publishers received American Horticultural Society Book Awards, and we recognized two titles—The Holistic Orchard (Chelsea Green) and The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener (Storey)—from the webinar.

Congratulations to our friends at Chelsea Green Publishing, Storey Publishing, and Timber Press! And be sure to check out our webinars page where you can always find relevant topics, engaging presenters, and award-winning publishers!

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