|Farm Briefs: 02-26-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 26 February 2013 10:51|
Pancake breakfast highlights 'Wood County Ag Day'
The public is invited to help celebrate Wood County Ag Day on March 8 at the Junior Fair Building on the Wood County Fairgrounds, 13800 W. Poe Road.,
Serving will be from 7:30 to 8:15 a.m., followed immediately by the 30-minute program, "Rules of the Road."
Leah Curtis, Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Legal Education, will discuss truck and farm implement transportation laws and regulation. Wood County Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn will discuss safety on rural roads.
Cost to attend is $2.
Please call (419) 352-5178 to reserve your breakfast. Walk-ins are welcome. Pay at the door.
Equestrian volunteers sought
CRIDERSVILLE - The "Equestrian Therapy Program" is holding a volunteer orientation and training session on Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m. at Fassett Farm, 22532 Grubb/Bowsher Road, Cridersville.
Wood SWCD tree sale
The Wood Soil and Water Conservation District is again hold its annual tree sale.
This year's seedling sale offers:
Conifers: American arborvitae, Colorado blue spruce, white pine, Norway spruce, red cedar and bald Cypress;
Hardwoods: Sycamore, bur oak, sugar maple, black walnut and shellbark hickory;
Wildlife shrubs: Arrowwood, black chokeberry, highbush cranberry spice bush, and Silky Dogwood; along with Pawpaw and Ohio Buckeye.
They also offer a mixed conifer, hardwood and wildlife packet.
Prices range from $8 - $11 per packet of 10.
The deadline for ordering is March 29. Order forms can be obtained by calling the Wood SWCD at (419) 354-5517, or visiting the website at www.woodswcd.com or by stopping by the Wood Soil & Water conservation District office at 1616 E Wooster Street (Greenwood Centre - The Courtyard).
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