Gardens, Bees and Worms, Oh My

North county residents learn tips and tricks to prepare for spring in the fall

 

October 16, 2019

Mike Armstrong

Sterling and Janet Conover give a presention on local beekeeping in Carbon County on Oct. 3 in the mornoing at the Hanna Recreation Center.

The Medicine Bow Conservation District held its first urban workshop that went from at 8 a.m until noon on Oct. 3 at the Hanna Recreation Center.

The first guest speaker was Abby Perry from the University of Wyoming extension program with a specialty in rangeland.

She said getting a garden ready for winter can make a big difference with how it will do in the spring. She said it was important to recognize if plants were healthy. This can make a difference for the plants survival for the future.

Perry went over a guide on nutrient deficiency symptoms for plants. She used corn leaves as her e...



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