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Carroll County Grow It Eat It concludes a successful 2014

How time flies.  It seems like yesterday since the first GIEI gardening class of 2014 but somehow we’ve completed another nine month Grow It Eat It program year, delivering great programs and receiving great feedback from our customers.  We asked…

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Carroll County Twilight Meetings a Big Hit

Monday May 20th saw yet another successful Twilight Garden meeting at the Carroll County Public Demonstration Garden.  Nearly 40 folks showed up last night to learn about Salad Table construction, Salad Table soil media, best Salad Greens for a table,…

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Carroll County’s Grow It Eat It Vegetable Gardening Classes Kick-Off

Great first night last night for the first of eight Vegetable Gardening Classes to be held by Carroll County’s Grow It Eat It Team. Sixty nine (69) folks came out to learn about “Getting Started in the Vegetable Garden” and…

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Carroll County Grow It Eat It learning programs begin January 14th at 6:30 PM

See our classes listed on the Grow It Eat It website here!

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Pictures speak a thousand words! ….. Fall Harvest Comes to Carroll County Public Demonstration Garden

CORE Garden (Public Demonstration Garden) located behind the Shipley Arena at the Ag. Center. A bontiful harvest show organic produce grown by local GIEI Master Gardeners at the CORE Garden. High-tunnel provides season extending capability to these garden peppers. A…

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Carroll County MG Core Public Demo Garden Update

Humor of the Day Two lovers discussing their future: Heart Beet -Do you carrot at all for me?-My heart beets for you,-With your turnip nose-And your radish face.-You are a peach.-If we cantaloupe,-Lettuce marry.-Weed make a swell pear. Garden greats abound at…

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Grow It Eat It Demonstration Garden Update – Carroll County Master Gardeners

Visitor “Chris” pitches in to weed the CORE/Target/ARC Gardens at the Carroll County Demonstration Garden Master Gardener Intern Terry Willard is busy watering the “Food Forest” after a long dry hot spell.  This plot hosts an Arkansas Black Apple, two…

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