Upcoming Regional Events
The 2014 ShaleNET Workforce Forum Tools for the Future offers an unrivaled opportunity to engage leaders from the oil and natural gas industry, education, workforce development, and the public workforce system. This year’s forum will share successes and challenges in unlocking the human capital needed to tap the vast potential of shale exploration and utilization.
You are invited to attend a greenhouse production and marketing meeting for producers and marketers of floriculture crops.
Monday, November 10, 2014 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM); Monday, November 17, 2014 (9:00 AM - 12:00 PM) - Exam to immediately follow class.
The purpose of this class is to prepare for the Pennsylvania certified pesticide applicator exams in Core and Categories 06 (Ornamental and Shade Tree), 07 (Lawn and Turf), 10 (Rights of Way and Weeds) and 23 (Parks and Schools Pest Control).
Shale Mineral Management for the Landowner is a comprehensive program to help royalty owners see and understand how current drilling production and utilization trends can affect their royalties.
You are invited to attend a vegetable and small fruit production and marketing meeting for producers and industry representatives. Research-based information on best management practices will be presented in the areas of vegetable and small fruit production techniques, including soil and fertility management, cultivar selection, integrated pest management, and pesticide safety.
The "Got A Garden" Spring Symposium sponsored by the Penn State Master Gardeners of Lawrence County.