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February/March 2014 newsletter NOW Available!  

CLICK HERE to download or see "Newsletters" on the right sidebar.  

Features include:


Bread Baking Class (Feb 22nd)

Baldwin County Master Gardeners Spring Workshops

Spring Plant Sale

Earth Day Mobile Bay

 

AL.com Article Link:  Local Food Production Initiative leads charge in farm-to-table movement

Thyme, Basil, Dill... Have you got questions about herb gardening?  Follow this link to see the Gulf Coast Herb Society's April 2013 Newsletter, packed full of great info and resources.

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Bill Finch has a call in radio show on WAVH on Sunday mornings from 9 until 11 am. The phone number is 342-1065 and he will answer garden questions.

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Check the page for the Directory of Local Food Sources. There is a link at the top of the page to the new Gulf Coast Food Guide published by ASAN (Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network). This guide provides information on sources of local food statewide with links to the different regions of Alabama. The Gulf Coast section (Baldwin and Mobile Counties) was made possible through the hard work of LFPI in gathering this information. Jo Ann Wettlaufer was responsible for coordinating this effort locally, organizing the information, and submitting it to ASAN. If you have a farm or upick operation and are not listed, please let ASAN know. We are hoping this guide will be updated as new information becomes available.

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Community Gardeners: - LFPI is pleased to announce that all garden beds are fully occupied now, but there is a waiting list for interested community members. Contact us if you'd like to be added to the waiting list.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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