|'Country Living Day' offered|
|Written by BILL RYAN | Sentinel Farm Editor|
|Tuesday, 06 August 2013 12:17|
WHITEHOUSE - The Lucas County Farm Bureau is co-sponsoring the Country Living Day event at the Blue Creek Conservation Area on Aug. 11 from 1-4 p.m.
This event is a free educational program for the community to come out and learn about agriculture in Lucas County. Activities include visiting baby farm animals, tractors, demonstrations, tours of the area, a hayride and a children's activity area.
Demonstrations to be presented include plant identification and planting; canning foods; worms and composting; beekeeping and honey production.
The children's area will include educational games, a coloring contest, a tractor obstacle course and other educational displays.
Collaborating with the Lucas County Farm Bureau are the following organizations: the Lucas County Soil & Water, OSU Extension-Lucas County, Nature's Nursery, the Native Seed Nursery, and Toledo Metroparks.
The Blue Creek Conservation Area is located at 7790 Schadel Road, Whitehouse.
For questions or more information, contact Melanie Fitch or Jamie Knipp (Lucas County Farm Bureau Interns) at (419) 849-2128.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 August 2013 12:17|
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