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  1. Clark County Beef Clinic and BQA

    Sep. 21, 2018

    Sunday, September 23
    5:00-7:00 p.m.

    Dave and Linde Sutherly
    3661 New Carlisle St. Paris Road
    New Carlisle, OH 45344

    Parents and members planning on taking beef project are strongly encouraged to attend. 4-H club advisors with beef project in your club would greatly benefit from attending.

  2. Seed Saving Workshop

    Sep. 17, 2018

    Seed Saving is a simple and rewarding process.  Learn or relearn the basics of how to harvest and save seed, making use of the plants from the Garden of Eatin’.

     

    Wednesday, September 26, 2018

    Time:  6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

    Snyder Park Gardens and Arboretum
    1900 Park Street
    Springfield, OH 45504
    Meet at the Garden of Eatin’

    Cost:  FREE

    Register by calling 937-521-3860, class size is limited.

  3. Plants for Your Landscape

    Sep. 17, 2018

    Looking for something new or different to plant in your landscape?  Learn about the best plants to use in your home landscape from professionals around the state.  We will show you everything from trees to shrubs to annuals and perennials.

    Friday, October 12, 2018

    9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

    Snyder Park Gardens and Arboretum
    1900 Park Street
    Springfield, OH 45504
    Meet at Clubhouse

    Cost: $40.00 includes lunch

    Registration due:  October 4, 2018

  4. Tool Sharpening Workshop

    Sep. 17, 2018

    Practice your tool sharpening skills.  Hands-on opportunity to bring your small garden tools and learn how to sharpen them.

    Thursday, November 1, 2018

    Snyder Park Gardens and Arboretum
    1900 Park Street
    Springfield, OH 45504
    Meet at Clubhouse

    Cost: $35 includes lunch

    Registration due: October 25, 2018

    Click here for registration information.

     

  5. Basic Beekeeping

    Sep. 17, 2018

    Join Fran and Tom for a two-part, 7 hour course about the amazing hobby and business of beekeeping.  The multi-media course is designed for the beginning backyard beekeeper to successfully raise bees the first year and beyond. The course is also a fascinating exploration of honeybee biology and the challenging relationship between the honeybee and the modern beekeeper.  Fran and Tom are the owners and operators of "Golden Queen Honey" and are certified Journeymen Beekeepers by the Ohio State Beekeepers Association.