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Events for Thursday, March 6th 2014

6pm
Free. Pre-registration is required by calling the District at 454-2027.

Container Gardening Workshop, Backyard Conservation Workshop Series

May 15, 2013 @ 6:00 pm - May 15, 2014 @ 8:00 pm

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 […]

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8am

2014 Stock Your Pond Fish Sale

December 10, 2013 @ 8:00 am - April 9, 2014 @ 4:30 pm

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 […]

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All Day

National Pork Industry Forum

March 6 - 8

The theme for the forum is The Power of One: Many Producers United in a Common Goal.

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