Spring is right around the corner and many of us are getting in the mood for gardening projects. The University of Idaho Franklin County Extension office will be presenting a five class series on popular gardening topics.
All classes will be on Wednesday evenings and will be two hours long.
The first will be held on March 27 and will cover the topic of “Tree Fruit Production.” The second will be April 17 and will cover “Herbaceous Ornamentals.” The April 24 class will be the first of two classes devoted to “Vegetable Production.” On May 1 we will be discussing “Grapes, Berries and Cane Fruits.” The final class will be the second “Vegetable Production” class and will be held on May 8.
Classes cost five dollars each and will be held in the Extension office classroom at 561 W. Oneida in Preston. Please call 852-1097 to register, as seating is limited.
This story is sponsored by The Preston Citizen Bookstore.
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