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  • Grafting Workshop Registration due November 27 Posted by jfuder on Oct 23, 2017 We are going to be hosting a Grafting workshop in Ball Ground February 8th, 2018 from 5:30-8:00 p.m.  $30 materials fee and registration must be received to the office no later than November 27th, 2017.  A variety of apple varieties will be provided and MM.111 rootstock, which is a semi-dwarf...
  • Garden Journals Posted by jfuder on Aug 22, 2017 The motivations and goals for gardening are different for everyone.  Whether it’s the beauty of foliage and flowers, fresh vegetables, curb appeal and property value, or just some time outdoors away from electronics, the benefits are the same.  Gardening provides exercise, stress relief, connection with nature, and a sense of...
  • A Honeyless Beekeeper Posted by jfuder on Jul 17, 2017 When most people think about bees and where they live the first thought is the honeybee and their well-organized hive full of hexagonal wax comb and thousands of bees laboring away. Honeybees are social insects, meaning there is a division of labor between individuals occupying the colony or hive. However...
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