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April/May Goat and Sheep Workshop Series

Published by April W Bowman / March 15, 2021

Did you know that goats need copper, but too much copper is toxic to sheep? Are you interested in the rotational grazing of small ruminants? This workshop series is for you! (Photo credit to John Brasfield: one of our workshop panelists)

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Donate to 4-H at Joann Fabric Now Through April 30

Published by April W Bowman / March 2, 2021

Nothing should hold a young person back. Make a donation to 4-H at Joann Fabric and help to provide #opportunity4all.


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Avoiding Scams

Published by Shae King / March 1, 2021

Scammers have been taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic in an attempt to trick people into giving up their hard earned money.

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Saving for Emergencies

Published by Shae King / March 1, 2021

This past year alone taught us all that we must be prepared and ready for the unexpected. While we all have saving goals for the future, it should be a top priority to have an emergency fund to cover unrecognized needs, such as vehicle breakdown, dental costs, or even last-minute entertainment.


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Soil Testing Kits Available in the Demonstration Garden

Published by Leslie Peck / February 25, 2021

Do you need soil testing kits? Community members can pick up a soil testing kit at outside our office in the Demonstration Gardens.

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Stay Safe During Power Outages!

Published by Shae King / February 18, 2021

Winter storms can bring extreme cold temperatures, freezing rain, snow, as well as ice. Power outages can also occur.

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