CSA New Tech Community Garden
Bartholomew County has - at last count - about eleven community gardens! These Rambles give you a chance to visit one or more with a Master Gardener and ANR Extension Educator. We'll look at what's growing, how it's coming along, and what pests are active. Severe weather cancels.
Robert Zupancic at the Smith Farm, May 2016.
Walk pasture with NRCS Grazing Specialist Robert Zupancic and Extension Forage Specialist Keith Johnson. Examine pasture management and the outcomes of different measures. Forage sampling and test analysis will also be covered.
Learn the skill of safe chainsaw operation.
Fatalities and injuries are far too common when untrained folks mix work with chain saws and trees. Don't be a statistic! Learn how to work with safety and confidence in this introductory workshop.
Master Gardeners provide gardening education in their communities.
Master Gardeners must recertify each year to stay current. You can click on the link below to get the Application and Agreement to complete and turn in at the office.
Opportunity to meet, discuss and learn, for beginning and small farmers. Our next meeting, held 3 October at Bartholomew County Public Library, will feature Hancock County ANR Extension Educator Roy Ballard talking about grants available for farm enterprises.
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Purdue Extension Annual Report 2015

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