If your non-profit organization prepares and serves food to the public consider having volunteers attend this food safety workshop.
Are trees not top-of-mind during the winter? Maybe they should be. Winter is an ideal time to inspect tree branches for defects, decay, or structural issues without the camouflage of leaves. Wounds, decay cavities, crooked growth, and weak branch unions are problems in the making that can be more easily spotted when the trees are bare.
The North American Manure Expo is returning to Pennsylvania and promises to provide “Manure than you can Handle.”
Estimates are that 1 of 7 households in Pennsylvania has at least an acre of trees. These woodland owners really like their woodlands. If you are one of these lucky owners, do you have questions about caring for your woods? To answer your questions, mark your calendar for March 20 and 21 to attend the Private Forest Landowners Conference in Altoona, PA.
Child care trainings are being offered in Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Huntingdon, and Somerset Counties
Thomas G. Ford, Commercial Horticulture Educator, Penn State Extension, Cambria County - Garlic growers in Canada and several northeastern states have seen crop losses of 80-90% in sections of fields infested with the stem/bloat nematode (Ditylenchus dipsaci).