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Pondera Co. Offers Opencut Permit Workshop

 

Area residents that are interested in developing a gravel pit on their property are invited to attend a workshop related to the Opencut permitting process on Tuesday, June 19th in Conrad.  This 5 hour hands on workshop will start with registration at 9:30 am at Joe’s Steakhouse located at 402 S Main.  The work

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Past. Present. Possibilities. Celebrating Montana 4-H 100 Years.

          Montana 4-H celebrates 100 years in 2012!  In Teton County, we are celebrating the past, present and possibilities at the Teton County 4-H Fair held in Choteau at the Pavilion and Weatherbeater  Arena Wednesday, June 20 through Saturday, June 23.  On tap this year at the fair, we have over 1000 exhibits by area 4-H members that will be judged and displayed.  We also have 25 beef,

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4-H Offers Workshops in Photography, Quilting

All 4-H youth are invited to take part in a Digital Photography class, sponsored by the Pondera County Extension Service, on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at the Pondera Center, 317 Virginia St., in Conrad.

Topics to be covered include: Getting to know your digital camera, settings and file sizes, working with menus

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IFYE: Bringing the World Home

The International 4‐H Youth Exchange (IFYE) is an exchange for young adults, ages 18‐30. This is both an inbound and outbound program and every year Montana hosts a number of IFYE delegates from pri

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4-H Seeking Host Families for Japanese Students

The Japanese summer inbound exchange is for Montana families who have kids within two years of age as the delegate they host. The delegates are ages 12-16 and are affiliated with two Japanese youth organizations, Labo and LEX. Accompanied by chaperones, they come to

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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 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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Ag Alert: Wheat Streak Mosaic

Dr Mary Burrows of the MSU Extension Service has issued an Ag Alert after receiving several samples exhibiting wheat streak mosaic from the Golden Triangle.  Read her full report HERE.

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MSU Ag Guides….Not Just for Farmers

For many Montanans, May means it's time to get down to some serious gardening. Before you stock up on soil boosters, fertilizers and pesticides, take a few minutes to read the latest Ag Alert from MSU Extension Pesticide Education Specialist Cecil Tharp:

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MSU Extension Offers Caregivers’ Training

Today roughly 2.2 million American households care for an adult with a chronic or terminal medical condition.  Caring for someone can be physically, emotionally and financially draining. One of the sad statistics is that many caregivers become critically ill or die before the person they are caring for.  This is because they put off taking care of themselves.

Pondera County Agent Wendy Wedum will be offering a class to the public called Powerful Tools for Caregivers.  

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IPM Isn’t Just for Farmers

Integrated Pest Management is a crucial part of farming and ranching, but even if your "spread" consists of a few square feet of yard in town, there are things you need to know. The Montana State University Extension Service issues a regular Urban IPM Newsletter that you can receive

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One Sweet Ag Workshop

On Monday's (April 16) Extension Minute, Toole Co Agent Alice Burchak shared the following information about a beekeeping workshop the MSU Extension Service will be hosting in Cut Bank on Saturday, April 28:

Honey bees pollinate a third of the food that we eat. However, in the past six years the annual die-off of honeybees has become increasingly alarming. The phenomenon is known as colony collapse disorder (CCD). Research has not pinned down the reason for CCD. Many scientists think it is an accumulation of multiple reasons such as disease, pesticides, and harmful mites that have emigrated from Asia. To counteract the effects of CCD more people are encouraged to keep their own bees.

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