Dr. Bob Gough
DR. BOB GOUGH, Associate Dean of Agriculture at Montana State University, has published a dozen books on gardening. A nationally popular speaker and garden writer, his columns have appeared in Montana newspapers for a decade. He has published more than 40 research articles in horticultural journals and hundreds of popular articles in publications such as Montana Magazine, Fine Gardening, National Gardening, Harrowsmith and Country Journal. His long-running radio program, Dr. Bob's Northern Gardening Tips, is heard over more than a dozen stations in Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota, and his television show by the same name is broadcast over Montana's NBC affiliate stations.
Cheryl Moore-Gough has been a Montana gardener for more than 20 years. She holds a master's degree in horticulture from Montana State University, where she is an adjunct instructor in horticulture. Cheryl formerly served as a plant disease diagnostician in Montana State University's Schutter Diagnostic Laboratory, has instructed and supervised the Montana Master Gardener certification program, and has published in Montana Magazine.
LAURA PETERS is a certified Master Gardener with over 30 gardening books to her credit. She has worked in almost every aspect of the horticultural industry in a career that has spanned more than 20 years. She passionately believes in organic gardening and food security, and she loves to share her knowledge with fellow gardeners and environmentalists alike.