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The Florida Times-Union
Garden Q&A: How to help your grass go to seedI let my St. Augustine grass in the backyard grow without cutting it this summe
Garden Q&A: How to help your grass go to seed
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 16 hours ago
I let my St. Augustine grass in the backyard grow without cutting it this summer, hoping it would go to seed. It’s a little thin and I thought it would help to have more of it growing. I did see some seed heads, but nothing appears to be growing.... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Coming soon – the Mountain State Fair!Excitement and anticipation are building for the 2015 Mountain State Fair! Fun
Coming soon – the Mountain State Fair!
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 20 hours ago
Excitement and anticipation are building for the 2015 Mountain State Fair! Fun for all ages, the fair celebrates agriculture in a big way.Over 180,000 people will attend the 10-day event to enjoy exhibits, food, rides and more. Several Henderson... Read more
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Hope Star
UA Extension Service offers insightsThe extent of the extension in the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension
UA Extension Service offers insights
Hope Star / Posted 21 hours ago
The extent of the extension in the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service was explained here Thursday night.While most Hempstead County residents understand something about the agricultural aspects of the Extension Service and its... Read more
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Brookings Daily Register
Brookings Register Preserving the pastBrookings Area Master Gardeners, from left, Mary Deleeuw, Ida Slocum, Sheryl Gu
Brookings Register Preserving the past
Brookings Daily Register / Posted 23 hours ago
Brookings Area Master Gardeners, from left, Mary Deleeuw, Ida Slocum, Sheryl Gudvangen and Elizabeth Gorham place a stone marker on one of the 15 gravesites in Prairie Cemetery in Brookings. Earlier this month, the Rev. Len Strozier, of Woodbury,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Community Events Listings, August 28, 2015Department fundraisers: Hawley Fire Department October fundraisers: flea market
Community Events Listings, August 28, 2015
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
Department fundraisers: Hawley Fire Department October fundraisers: flea market/bake sales, Oct. 3 and 10, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; fall model train show and sale, Oct. 11, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; all at firehouse, 17 Columbus Ave., behind Post Office; to donate baked... Read more
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South Maryland News
North Beach deserves praise for new parkGovernment, at all levels and sizes, frequently sees its fair share of disputes
North Beach deserves praise for new park
South Maryland News / Posted yesterday
Government, at all levels and sizes, frequently sees its fair share of disputes among its officials. However, amid our news coverage of the town of North Beach, we seem to witness few instances of major arguments or bickering. Perhaps the small size... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Improving your soil will prevent problems when the rains comeIf you've tried being green by going brown, things could get a bit troublesome
Improving your soil will prevent problems when the rains come
Silicon Valley / Posted yesterday
If you've tried being green by going brown, things could get a bit troublesome if hopes for an El Niño year develops. Lori Caldwell, owner of CompostGal consulting and landscaping who works with the StopWaste organization in Alameda County, says all... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Improving your soil will prevent problems when the rains comeIf you've tried being green by going brown, things could get a bit troublesome
Improving your soil will prevent problems when the rains come
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
If you've tried being green by going brown, things could get a bit troublesome if hopes for an El Niño year develops. Lori Caldwell, owner of CompostGal consulting and landscaping who works with the StopWaste organization in Alameda County, says all... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Bring One, Take OneThe annual Flower and Seed Exchange in Muskingum Park is a chance to expand th
Bring One, Take One
The Marietta Times / Posted 2 days ago
The annual Flower and Seed Exchange in Muskingum Park is a chance to expand the boundaries of gardens, decks and porches. It is sponsored by the Ohio State University Washington County Extension Office. "It is a very... Read more
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CBS 19 Tyler
Smith County Extension Agent RetiresSMITH COUNTY (KYTX) - Growing up in Ohio, Keith Hansen would never have imagine
Smith County Extension Agent Retires
CBS 19 Tyler / Posted 2 days ago
SMITH COUNTY (KYTX) - Growing up in Ohio, Keith Hansen would never have imagined he would spend his entire career in horticulture in Texas. After serving nearly 30 years as an Extension Horticulture Agent for Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service,... Read more
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The Daily Review
Improving your soil will prevent problems when the rains comeIf you've tried being green by going brown, things could get a bit troublesome
Improving your soil will prevent problems when the rains come
The Daily Review / Posted 2 days ago
If you've tried being green by going brown, things could get a bit troublesome if hopes for an El Niño year develops. Lori Caldwell, owner of CompostGal consulting and landscaping who works with the StopWaste organization in Alameda County, says all... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Getting rid of your lawnIf you've tried being green by going brown, things could get a bit troublesome
Getting rid of your lawn
The Fremont Argus / Posted 2 days ago
If you've tried being green by going brown, things could get a bit troublesome if hopes for an El Niño year develops. Lori Caldwell, owner of CompostGal consulting and landscaping who works with the StopWaste organization in Alameda County, says all... Read more
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The Times Leader
OVFM to welcome Chef Ryan ButlerChef Ryan will prepare dishes on site with produce he gathers from market vendo
OVFM to welcome Chef Ryan Butler
The Times Leader / Posted 3 days ago
Chef Ryan will prepare dishes on site with produce he gathers from market vendors. Learn how to prepare what is in season and enjoy the samples. Also joining the market on Saturday are Shannon Canterbury and the OSU Extension Master... Read more
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South Maryland News
Reed awarded for agriculture, natural resources educationHerbert E. Reed recently received the 2015 Distinguished Service Award from the
Reed awarded for agriculture, natural resources education
South Maryland News / Posted 3 days ago
Herbert E. Reed recently received the 2015 Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of County Agriculture Agents during the association’s Annual Meeting and Professional Improvement Conference held in Sioux Falls, S.D. This award is... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Community Calendar• HOLLY DAYS CRAFT SHOW: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 17, Deer Ridge Elementary school, 1
Community Calendar
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
• HOLLY DAYS CRAFT SHOW: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 17, Deer Ridge Elementary school, 1515 S. Scott Road. • TALENTS INTO TREASURES: Art, craft and bake sale, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 17. Christ's Community Church, 10616 Liberty Mills Road. • CRAFT BAZAAR: 9... Read more
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South Maryland News
North Beach Sunrise Garden opens with high praiseIt required the cooperation of local groups and governments throughout more tha
North Beach Sunrise Garden opens with high praise
South Maryland News / Posted 3 days ago
It required the cooperation of local groups and governments throughout more than a year, but at last, the North Beach Sunrise Garden opened officially over the weekend — with a special appearance by Gov. Larry Hogan (R). “This is an example of how... Read more
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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
Altoona Garden Brings Children Back to NatureALTOONA, Iowa — Even though summer break is over for many, parents are still lo
Altoona Garden Brings Children Back to Nature
WHO-TV 13 Des Moines / Posted 4 days ago
ALTOONA, Iowa — Even though summer break is over for many, parents are still looking for fun and free places to take their kids to burn off energy. A new place in Altoona helps children get back to nature. Give children room to roam and play, and... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Home and Garden calendarSATURDAY Jacksonville Farmers Market, dawn to dusk daily year round, 1810 W. B
Home and Garden calendar
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 4 days ago
SATURDAY Jacksonville Farmers Market, dawn to dusk daily year round, 1810 W. Beaver St. Features local, organic, ethnic and specialty produce, along with other foods and agricultural products. (904) 354-2821 or jaxfarmersmarket.com. Amelia Farmers... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
Tuesday
Come Grow With Me• Jackson County Services Building AuditoTuesday Come Grow With Me• Jackson County Services Building Auditorium • 411
Tuesday
Come Grow With Me• Jackson County Services Building Audito
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
Tuesday Come Grow With Me• Jackson County Services Building Auditorium • 411 N. Wells St., Edna • 7 p.m. • Gil Livanec of Brazoria County Master Gardeners will present a program on stone fruit: peaches, plums and nectarines. He will talk about... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
'A place of repose'Charlie and Claudia Goodin love the water. It’s where they met. It’s also the
'A place of repose'
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
Charlie and Claudia Goodin love the water. It’s where they met. It’s also the focal point of their backyard oasis on Yorktown Drive, recognized as the August Yard of the Month by the Bittersweet Garden Club and Central Missouri Master Gardeners... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Water expert set for seminarWith the wonderful rainfall this year, it’s easy to sit back and think we are o
Water expert set for seminar
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 6 days ago
With the wonderful rainfall this year, it’s easy to sit back and think we are out of the woods, however, we still need to conserve water and find alternative ways to keep our gardens, lawns and landscape healthy without putting a strain on the... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
OUTDOOR BRIEFSLEWISBURG - Master Gardener Margaret Hoffman will lead a discussion on the desi
OUTDOOR BRIEFS
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
LEWISBURG - Master Gardener Margaret Hoffman will lead a discussion on the design and establishment of water landscapes in the backyard during a workshop from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Public Library of Union County, 225 Reitz Blvd. Register to... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
Sunday
Glow in the Dark Pound Masterclass• The CluGlow in the Dark Pound Masterclass• The Club Westerner • 1005 W. Constitution
Sunday
Glow in the Dark Pound Masterclass• The Clu
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
Glow in the Dark Pound Masterclass• The Club Westerner • 1005 W. Constitution St. • 1:30 p.m. • Rock out a workout at a Glow Party with a one-hour Pound Masterclass with Pound Pros Amy, Stephanie, Maria and Debbie. Tuesday Come Grow With Me•... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
Tours for kids at Victoria Educational GardensSCHEDULE A GROUP TOUR AT VICTORIA EDUCATIONAL GARDENS "Here they come." This
Tours for kids at Victoria Educational Gardens
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
SCHEDULE A GROUP TOUR AT VICTORIA EDUCATIONAL GARDENS "Here they come." This announces the arrival of school buses as they rumble down the streets toward Victoria Educational Gardens. Under the leadership of Master Gardener Edna LaFour, the gardens... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Making a wishA sizable group of people gathered for the formal dedication of Fountain Square
Making a wish
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
A sizable group of people gathered for the formal dedication of Fountain Square Park at the Five Points intersection in Lewistown where board members of Downtown Lewistown Inc. were joined by local officials, donors and neighborhood residents. DLI... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
CalendarSaturday Free Haircuts for students• Roses Cobra Cuts • 5946 Farm-to-Market R
Calendar
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
Saturday Free Haircuts for students• Roses Cobra Cuts • 5946 Farm-to-Market Road 616, Vanderbilt. • 8 a.m. until 5 or 6 p.m. • Offering free haircuts for all students. Refreshments and snacks will be served. Service is on a walk-in basis only.... Read more
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Times News
Tamaqua newsRaider night It’s time to start preparing for the 2015-16 school year for stud
Tamaqua news
Times News / Posted 7 days ago
Raider night It’s time to start preparing for the 2015-16 school year for students in the Tamaqua Area School District. Classes will start Aug. 24. The Fall “Meet the Raiders night” will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the district’s sports stadium.... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Week-long camp offers students opportunity to learn about natureAg Explorers Day Camp, a week-long camp for youth ages 8-12, was held July 20-2
Week-long camp offers students opportunity to learn about nature
The Evening Sun / Posted 7 days ago
Ag Explorers Day Camp, a week-long camp for youth ages 8-12, was held July 20-24 at the Agriculture and Natural Resources Center in Gettysburg. This unique camp, focusing on nature and agriculture, is a collaboration of the Penn State Master... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Five outdoorsy things to do this weekend (Aug. 22-23)1. HIT PORT HUENEME’S BEACH FESTIVAL: Live music, rides, games and more will be
Five outdoorsy things to do this weekend (Aug. 22-23)
Ventura County Star / Posted 7 days ago
1. HIT PORT HUENEME’S BEACH FESTIVAL: Live music, rides, games and more will be part of the 17th annual Toni Young Hueneme Beach Festival. The city of Port Hueneme is sponsoring the free event, which includes free parking. It takes place Saturday... Read more
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York Daily Record
York City's Goode school restores courtyard with help from Temple Beth IsraelThis summer, gardens at Goode K-8 School started producing veggies. Those vegg
York City's Goode school restores courtyard with help from Temple Beth Israel
York Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
This summer, gardens at Goode K-8 School started producing veggies. Those veggies, snapped up in the school office once they were harvested, are among the signs of new life in a once-overgrown courtyard in the center of the school, in the York City... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Become a Missouri Master Gardener, Video Sharing is at the heart of the Master Gardener program. Columbia, MO - infoZ
Become a Missouri Master Gardener, Video
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 9 days ago
Sharing is at the heart of the Master Gardener program. Columbia, MO - infoZine - Gardening brings joy as you fill your world with growing things, says David Trinklein, horticulture specialist for University... Read more
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Basehor Sentinel
Populating pollinators: Bonner school, Ag Hall create bee-friendly curriculumA project started by Delaware Ridge Elementary second-graders now may become pa
Populating pollinators: Bonner school, Ag Hall create bee-friendly curriculum
Basehor Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
A project started by Delaware Ridge Elementary second-graders now may become part of a federal program to promote the health of honeybees and other pollinators, via the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame. “Out of one grade school in the... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Starting your winter vegetable gardenWe've still got a lot of hot weather ahead, but now is the time to start planti
Starting your winter vegetable garden
The Fremont Argus / Posted 9 days ago
We've still got a lot of hot weather ahead, but now is the time to start planting and planning that winter garden. Janet Miller, head gardener at Our Garden, says as our summer gardens start fading, we can start pulling things out and planting cool... Read more
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The Daily Review
Starting your winter vegetable gardenWe've still got a lot of hot weather ahead, but now is the time to start planti
Starting your winter vegetable garden
The Daily Review / Posted 9 days ago
We've still got a lot of hot weather ahead, but now is the time to start planting and planning that winter garden. Janet Miller, head gardener at Our Garden, says as our summer gardens start fading, we can start pulling things out and planting cool... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Community news in briefEVENTS SET AT FLEMING LIBRARY ■ Bonsai Garden Principles & Techniques, a free
Community news in brief
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 9 days ago
EVENTS SET AT FLEMING LIBRARY ■ Bonsai Garden Principles & Techniques, a free informative workshop, will be offered from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 2 at the Headquarters Library, 1895 Town Center Blvd., Fleming Island. No registration is required. The... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Community Calendar• CRAFT BAZAAR: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 24, Allen County Fairgrounds, 2726 Carroll R
Community Calendar
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
• CRAFT BAZAAR: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 24, Allen County Fairgrounds, 2726 Carroll Road. Table reservations: 704-0765. • HOLLY DAYS CRAFT SHOW: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 17, Deer Ridge Elementary school, 1515 S. Scott Road. • HOLIDAY CRAFT BOUTIQUE: 9 a.m.-3... Read more
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The Morning Call
Tomato Tasting Blast: Sample hybrid and heirloom varieties in EmmausMost people think of a tomato as red, roughly the size of a baseball, and good
Tomato Tasting Blast: Sample hybrid and heirloom varieties in Emmaus
The Morning Call / Posted 10 days ago
Most people think of a tomato as red, roughly the size of a baseball, and good on a BLT or tucked in a turkey sandwich. But tomatoes, especially locally grown heirloom and hybrid beauties, are much more. You'll have a rare opportunity to taste... Read more
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The Advocate
Pam's Party Line: Volunteers celebrated for workClaire Fontenot received a decorated pair of garden boots, garden gloves and a
Pam's Party Line: Volunteers celebrated for work
The Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
Claire Fontenot received a decorated pair of garden boots, garden gloves and a standing ovation in recognition of more than 12,000 volunteer hours she has donated to area venues since her 2001 graduation from the Master Gardener program at the... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve to be dedicated Aug. 29 - The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve a part of the Cobb County Parks System at 3780 Dallas Highway in Powder Springs will be dedicated at 10 a.m. on Aug. 29. The Gard...The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve to be dedicated Aug. 29 The Cher
The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve to be dedicated Aug. 29 - The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve a part of the Cobb County Parks System at 3780 Dallas Highway in Powder Springs will be dedicated at 10 a.m. on Aug. 29. The Gard...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 11 days ago
The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve to be dedicated Aug. 29 The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve, a part of the Cobb County Parks System at 3780 Dallas Highway in Powder Springs, will be dedicated at 10 a.m. on Aug. 29. The... Read more
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Las Cruces Sun-News
Community calendar (Aug. 18)Every Other Tuesday: Preview of the musical "Passion" at 6:30 p.m. today at Rio
Community calendar (Aug. 18)
Las Cruces Sun-News / Posted 11 days ago
Every Other Tuesday: Preview of the musical "Passion" at 6:30 p.m. today at Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main St. Presented by Scaffolding Theatre Company in anticipation of the following weekend's performance of Stephen Sondheim's "Passion," local... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve to be dedicated today - The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve a part of the Cobb County Parks System at 3780 Dallas Highway in Powder Springs will be dedicated at 10 a.m. on Aug. 29. The Garden...The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve to be dedicated today The Cherok
The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve to be dedicated today - The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve a part of the Cobb County Parks System at 3780 Dallas Highway in Powder Springs will be dedicated at 10 a.m. on Aug. 29. The Garden...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 11 days ago
The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve to be dedicated today The Cherokee Garden at Green Meadows Preserve, a part of the Cobb County Parks System at 3780 Dallas Highway in Powder Springs, will be dedicated at 10 a.m. on Aug. 29. The Garden... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Mt Kisco
Mount Kisco's InterGenerate Touts Food Donations From Community GardensKATONAH, N.Y. – Westchester’s InterGenerate community gardens have been providi
Mount Kisco's InterGenerate Touts Food Donations From Community Gardens
The Daily Voice - Mt Kisco / Posted 11 days ago
KATONAH, N.Y. – Westchester’s InterGenerate community gardens have been providing surplus produce to those in need while fostering a love for fresh, healthy food and community connections. Founded by Westchester residents Peggy Clarke and Roseann... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Bedford
Katonah's InterGenerate Touts Food Donations From Community GardensKATONAH, N.Y. – Westchester’s InterGenerate community gardens have been providi
Katonah's InterGenerate Touts Food Donations From Community Gardens
The Daily Voice - Bedford / Posted 11 days ago
KATONAH, N.Y. – Westchester’s InterGenerate community gardens have been providing surplus produce to those in need while fostering a love for fresh, healthy food and community connections. Founded by Westchester residents Peggy Clarke and Roseann... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Chappaqua
Chappaqua's InterGenerate Touts Food Donations From Community GardensKATONAH, N.Y. – Westchester’s InterGenerate community gardens have been providi
Chappaqua's InterGenerate Touts Food Donations From Community Gardens
The Daily Voice - Chappaqua / Posted 11 days ago
KATONAH, N.Y. – Westchester’s InterGenerate community gardens have been providing surplus produce to those in need while fostering a love for fresh, healthy food and community connections. Founded by Westchester residents Peggy Clarke and Roseann... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Sutliffs to be topic at Tyler History CenterThe program is part "Bites and Bits of History" lunch program series presented
Sutliffs to be topic at Tyler History Center
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
The program is part "Bites and Bits of History" lunch program series presented by the Mahoning Valley Historical Society. Karman will tell of the role of the family in local history, including the abolition movement and underground railroad. Phebe... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Briefsholds open house ESCANABA - Community Drive of Upper Peninsula, 615 Ludington
Briefs
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 12 days ago
holds open house ESCANABA - Community Drive of Upper Peninsula, 615 Ludington Street, Escanaba is holding an open house on Monday, Aug. 17 from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. Community Drive is a knowledge-based practice dedicated to building support circles... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
OSU Extension Office seeks Master GardenersThe OSU Extension Washington County Office is currently looking for a new class
OSU Extension Office seeks Master Gardeners
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
The OSU Extension Washington County Office is currently looking for a new class of volunteers to become master gardeners for the agency's own educational outreach group. Master gardeners are a highly-trained group of volunteers who educate the... Read more
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Stuttgart Daily Leader
Jacksonville woman takes home 1st place in rice centerpiece arrangement at the rice expo held in Stuttgart Judges for the contest were all Arkansas County Master Gardeners, Klerk said.
Jacksonville woman takes home 1st place in rice centerpiece arrangement at the rice expo held in Stuttgart
Stuttgart Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
Judges for the contest were all Arkansas County Master Gardeners, Klerk said. They judged each entry according to criteria including color... Read more
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The Columbian
Lifeline clients have fresh start at Kauffman HouseSix men being treated for mental health issues and substance abuse who used to
Lifeline clients have fresh start at Kauffman House
The Columbian / Posted 13 days ago
Six men being treated for mental health issues and substance abuse who used to live on the streets now reside under one roof. The men in the Kauffman House are all clients of Lifeline Connections, have the same case manager and can be in support... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
200 Club of Sussex County awards scholarships to students belonging to first responder familiesLifestyle Columnists
200 Club of Sussex County awards scholarships to students belonging to first responder families
New Jersey Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Lifestyle Columnists More>>Lifestyle ColumnsMore>> ‘In your face' not the best strategy‘In your face' not the best strategy I rarely share my... Read more
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