Nutrition and physical activity are keys to managing your type 2 diabetes, but where do you start? The Dining with Diabetes program can help!
If you are mystified by how to coax fruit from your fruit trees, this is the workshop for you. We will be hands-on in the orchard with lots of tips on getting your fruit trees into shape for production.
Join Extension Educator Kris Medic, a Board-Certified Master Arborist, assisted by Purdue Master Gardeners, for this helpful workshop.
Registration is free, and open now.
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The third Columbus Area Local Food Summit is set for 13 February. Sessions will focus on food equity in our region and - as always - opportunities to find out who is doing what in our local food economy. Registration ($15) opens on 3 January and closes on 6 February.
Code Red training gives your farm or small business a tool that helps it keep running should something happen to a key member of the team. Bring a laptop if you have one. Code Red jump drives will be available for $10. Registration is open until 23 January.
Clint Harrison kicks off this training with the topic on Soil Health with Cover Crops. ANR Educator Kris Medic will give the Dicamba Update from the Office of the State Chemist.
Stay for a chili lunch with all the fixings, and finish up the afternoon with a bonus session- Code Red. Code Red is a tool for getting your farm or small business information in one spot so business can continue if something happens to you.
A Purdue Extension course entitled "Forest Management for the Private Woodland Owner" will be offered to assist private landowners in becoming more knowledgeable managers of their woodland property. The course will be held on eight Thursday evenings beginning March 1, 2018, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Johnson County Extension Office, 484 North Morton Street, Franklin, IN 46131. There will also be two Saturday morning field trips scheduled on March 10th and April 14th to practice tree identifi
Are you an educator, community volunteer, clergy member, business professional, local government employee, or basically anyone who lives or works with PEOPLE? Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity to learn about your own culture, the culture of your organization, & how to recognize & appreciate the culture of others in order to improve personal & professional relationships!