Learn the secrets to successful container gardens, no matter where you live. Container gardening offers an alternative to traditional gardening, and allows for portability. It is also a great way to recycle many items and add creativity to your landscaping. Topics: Learn the secrets to successful container gardens Discover how container gardens allow for portability Recycle items and add creativity to your landscapingFind out more »
This fish sale is offered as a service to the community to make smaller quantities of fish available for sale at a reasonable price. This type of opportunity is not often available to the public. Cost: Largemouth Bass – .85¢ each Bluegill – .75¢ each Channel Catfish – .75¢ each Redear Shellcracker – .85¢ each Hybrid Bluegill – .85¢ each Fathead Minnow – .05¢ each White Amur – $13.00 eachFind out more »
Light refreshments will be served int he morning; attendees should bring a sack lunch.Find out more »
Suffering from cabin fever? The Richfield Historical Society has just the cure – take a dose of the Cabin Fever Tour on March 22 and travel Route 303 through Hinckley, Richfield and Peninsula. Visit treasure houses of local history, art, antiques, and more. A listing of participants’ locations/hours can be picked up at the Historical Museum of Richfield, 3907 Broadview Road, between 9 a.m.-4 p.m. that day, or found online at www.richfieldohiohistoricalsociety.orgFind out more »
The 35th Annual Consignment Farm Machinery Auction is sponsored by: Ravenswood FFA, YFA and The Ravenswood FFA Booster’s Club The Auction will start on Saturday, March 29,2014 at 9:00 AM The Board of Education Surplus Sale will be on Friday, March 28th starting at 6:00 PM The Auction will be located at the Jackson County Fairgrounds in Cottageville, WV Contact Tara Tatalovich at (304)273-3501 or Jason Miihlbach at (304)273-0687Find out more »
Pioneer Village meets at Trading Post 12013 Echo Dell Rd.,East Liverpool, Ohio Tuesday, June 4th, at 6 p.m. New members welcome. Call 330-227-9952. (330) 382-9227Find out more »
Scientists have identified a distinctive olfactory receptor gene pattern in fruit-eating bats, as well as the particular olfactory receptor gene families important to their fruit diets.
Michigan DNR determines banned traits no longer present.
Farm and Dairy’s printing department experienced an unfortunate, “unperfect storm” of mechanical and computer problems this week, which will delay delivery.