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Extension info on Facebook

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The Trimble County Cooperative Extension office is now on Facebook. You can arrive at our Facebook page one of several ways.  We have a link on our county extension website at http://ces.ca.uky.edu/trimble/. Just click on the facebook link. You can also login to Facebook and search for Trimble County Cooperative Extension Service. Look for news of upcoming meetings this spring. Later in April I will begin a series of weekly gardening questions for visitors to the page. The first person to answer the question correctly will receive a free packet of garden seeds. So check us out! We look forward to hearing from you.

Healthy Living Garden Series 2011
Join us in April and May for the Healthy Living Garden Series. This series consists of six weekly garden programs as follows:

April 14, Gardening Health Care – we’ll discuss fruit and vegetable diseases, their causes and prevention along with limiting the use of pesticides.

April 21, Container Gardening with Herbs and Vegetables – we’ll talk about growing vegetables in small spaces and growing culinary herbs.

April 28th, we’ll visit Jungle Jim’s International Market in Fairfield, Ohio. This will be a day trip, Jungle Jim’s is the largest international market in three states. You will see more than 50,000 grocery items from 75 countries.

May 5th, we’ll Surprise Your Tastebuds, you will have an opportunity to taste new and interesting foods and learn how to incorporate them into your meals.

Couponing 101 will be the topic on May 12th, learn how to use store sales and coupons to save.

The final session on May 19th is all about Food Preservation. Family and Consumer Sciences Agent Jane Proctor will discuss home canning basics, safe canning techniques and storing.

All programs, except our field trip to Jungle Jim’s will run from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. at the Trimble County Cooperative Extension Office. Call 255-7188 by Monday, April 11, to register for the Healthy Living Garden Series.  

Michael Pyles is Trimble County’s Cooperative Extension agent for agriculture.