Session meets DPW and Keystone Stars guidelines and all participants will receive 6 professional development credits. Act 48 Credits will also be available.
It’s time to plan for the season when gardens everywhere are producing at their peak and there are good bargains at farmers’ markets and roadside stands. What do you do if you get a bounty of fruit and vegetables and you know you can’t use it before it spoils? Don’t worry, you have several options!
Over 40 new and beginning farmers attended an afternoon workshop on Tractor and Machinery Safety presented by Penn State Extension Educators on April 4th at Blooming Glen Farm in Perkasie, PA.
Master Gardener Volunteers have many common and not so common annual and perennial plants for sale on May 18th, 9AM - 2PM.
During the month of February, a Dining with Diabetes series of lessons was held at the Schwenckfeld Manor, an Advanced Living Community, located in Lansdale, PA.
Carolyn Willis is new to Montgomery County Extension, though not to the Nutrition Links program.
Marketing, farm transition, food processing regulations and community supported agriculture were the key topics at the fourth Keep Farming Conference.
This project is a wonderful collaboration between several Montgomery County organizations and a team effort by Penn State Extension.
January 22-24th Penn State Extension held daytime seminars and evening sessions where over 500 Field and Forage Crops agricultural producers from Southeast Pennsylvania attended.
Montgomery County is one of 21 Pennsylvania counties eligible for CHEMSWEEP in 2013.
A Bag Garden is a quick and easy way to garden in limited space for just a few dollars.
Straw Bale Gardening is a quick and easy way to install a raised garden bed for a small amount of money.
Make plans now to attend one of Penn State Extension’s “Crops and Pesticides: One-Day Seminars”.
Child care providers in Bucks and Montgomery Counties will gather in Telford on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at the 2013 Winter Update for Early Education Professionals.
The Crop Management Team recently completed their tenth cover crop field day during the month of November at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown.
In the last two years, the Cultivating Communities Campaign (CCC) - a network of community gardens, food pantries, soup kitchens, nutrition educators, and service groups - has handed out nearly 17,000 pounds of produce through 16 distribution sites in the North Penn/Indian Valley area of central Montgomery County.
For kids who are active in Montgomery County 4-H, this fair is the culmination of the 4-H project year. It is their chance to show families, friends, and we-the-people what they have achieved as 4-H members.
This unusual growing system is not only thriving, but public proof that "you don't need 40 acres to grow vegetables" - right in the middle of the parking lot at the Montgomery County Penn State Extension office.
Fresh produce is wonderful and bountiful during these warm summer days, but what can you do to save some of this bounty to have during the cold winter months ahead?
Science is hitting the road in style with the eye-catching Pennsylvania Farm Bureau’s Mobile Ag Ed Science Lab.