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Public Invited to Noxious Weed Blitz on Tuesday, July 17

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Glacier National Park’s Citizen Science Program announces two opportunities to help with early detection of invasive plants along park trails: Noxious Weed Blitz on July 17 and an on-line training course for the Invasive Plant Citizen Science program

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It’s Time to Help Your Trees Resist Pests

On your property, insects and microorganisms abound. If this is new news to you, don't go running for the sprays and granulated "Bug Kill Stuff." This is a natural and beneficial state, since insects and microorganisms are key components in nutrient recycling, decomposition, plant succession, natural pest control and wildlife habitat

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Category: Agriculture, Gardening
(Flickr User BinaryApe)
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We Still Like To Read

I think many of us still like to read the "old school" way...that's right, NOT off a danged computer screen, but a good old hardbound book with pages and chapters you can actually hold and feel in your hands

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(Flickr User Martin Cathrae)
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Now I Know That Summer’s Here

I got word minutes ago that the Cut Bank Farmer's Market kicks off this Wednesday at City Park in Cut Bank. Whenever I start hearing about farmers markets here in the Golden Triangle, I know that we are "officially" in the summer season

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How’s The South 40 Doing?

I received word minutes ago that the custom guys are just finishing up at Larry Goyer's place down in Clinton, Oklahoma. The general feeling down there seems to be that the yields should run close to 40 bushel with test weights from 59 to 61 pounds

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(Flickr User Scnittke)
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A New Broom Sweeps Clean

This Friday, May 25th, is the date for the 6th Annual Community Service Day with our Shelby High School students and staff taking part. This is a great project and commitment to our community with the students cleaning fence lines, painting signs, sweeping Main Street sidewalks and store windows along with cleaning parks and several other fine projects

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Ag’s My Bag

I received a report this morning (Tuesday) that the Texas harvest is finished and the custom guys have arrived in Oklahoma. Last week I blogged about the paperwork problem these guys were having with crossing the border and all, but it's my understanding that the customs bureaucrats gave them permission to go, providing they report back to the border by the 25th

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Knowledge Is Power

The Pondera County Commissioners will be sponsoring an informational meeting that will provide local landowners who have water on their property with some tools they need to help make a more informed decision on selling water and the required process and rules to follow to legally sell their water to oil and gas developers along with others who may need water to do business

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Landscaping Workshop June 6th

The City of Shelby and Toole County Extension Office are pleased to bring Bruce Forde of Forde Nursery to Shelby for a free landscape design; tree selection, care & maintenance workshop on Wednesday, June 6th. Bruce has been involved in the nursery business since high school, opening Forde Nursery in Great Falls in 1980.

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A Car Wash & A Plant At The Same Time

You're invited to get the family bus all washed up plus get a plant. It's going on this Saturday in uptown Shelby as Girl Scout Troop 3100 is doing a car wash and selling plants. This really is an "all purpose" car wash

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Arbor Day 2012 In Cut Bank

Arbor Day comes from the Latin "ar bor", meaning tree. It originated in Nebraska City, Nebraska by Sterling Morton. The very first Arbor Day was held back in 1872 on April 10th, and it's said that one million trees were planted on that day

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A Time To Plant

The first year that I planted a garden here in Shelby, Corinne Merhar warned me not to put out the tomato plants before Memorial Day.  I had to learn the hard way. You're not "safe" from frost in Shelby until the end of May.  A few years later I had the biggest most beautiful tomato plants I had ever grown....until a freak August snowstorm blew through. 

 Gardening can be a challenge in northcentral Montana.

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