The Healing Wonders of Herbs Bi-County Workshop

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This is a 3 hour Bi-county workshop discussing many aspects of herbs. Within this introductory workshop we will discuss the topics of understanding tea, when, where and what to plant and the value of growing herbs. We will also be discussing popular herbs, the health benefits of herbs as well as the many creative uses for herb. There will be an herbal tea sampling. The majority of this presentation will be taught via Power Point, and there will be one hands on activity teaching participants how to plant herbs. Please RSVP by March 20th to Lindsey Mouton at 713-274-0950.

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Multi-County Spring Pasture Forage Management Seminar

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Front Side of the Liberty County AgriLife Extension Service is hosting a multi county Spring pasture forage management seminar on Tuesday, February 5th.  The event will take place at the Trinity Valley Exposition Fairgrounds located at 321 Wallisville Road in Liberty, Texas.  If you register by February 4, the fee is $40, after the 5th, the fee increases to $50.  To pre-register, contact Alicia Mayon at 936-334-3230. The program starts at 8:45 and will be complete by 3 pm.  4 general and 1 Laws and Regs CEU’s will be offered.

 

Back Side of the Liberty County AgriLife Extension Service is hosting a multi county Spring pasture forage management seminar on Tuesday, February 5th.  The event will take place at the Trinity Valley Exposition Fairgrounds located at 321 Wallisville Road in Liberty, Texas.  If you register by February 4, the fee is $40, after the 5th, the fee increases to $50.  To pre-register, contact Alicia Mayon at 936-334-3230. The program starts at 8:45 and will be complete by 3 pm.  4 general and 1 Laws and Regs CEU’s will be offered.

 

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Agribusiness in Urban Areas: Lunch & Learn Series

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Are you looking to turning your agriculture based hobbies into revenue or thinking about starting a for pro-fit urban garden? Then this lunch and learn is the one for you! It will be held on February 20, 2019 from 12-1 pm. Bring your own lunch and will be held at the Prairie View Northwest Houston Campus, located at 9449 Grant Rd, Houston, TX 77070. Please call Nate or Na'Shon at 713-274-0950 to register

 

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Multi-County Feral Hog Program

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Join us for the Multi-County Feral Hog Program on March 2, 2019 at Jones Creek Ranch Park located at 7714 FM 359, Richmond, TX 77406. Registration starts at 8:30 am and the program is from 9 am to 2 pm. Lunch is catered. RSVP is required because the event is strictly limited to 40 participants. This event is free to attend. To RSVP, contact Brandy Rader at 281-342-3034 or by email at brandy.rader@ag.tamu.edu

 

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USDA to Reopen FSA Offices for Limited Services During Government Shutdown (January 24-February 8)

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U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced that all Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices nationwide will soon reopen to provide additional administrative services to farmers and ranchers during the lapse in federal funding.  Certain FSA offices have been providing limited services for existing loans and tax documents since January 17 and will continue to do so through January 23.  Beginning January 24, however, all FSA offices will open and offer a longer list of transactions they will accommodate.

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Congratulations Dr. Sonja Davis!!!!

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

On January 8, 2019, Dr. Sonja Davis was awarded the 2018-2019 Superior Service Award – Volunteerism on behalf of all the Harris County Master Wellness Volunteers.

These awards are the highest honor conferred by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension to faculty and staff who have excelled in their job performance. To be nominated, recommended, and selected for this special award is a process involving co-workers, peers on the Extension Honor Awards Committee, and the Extension administration. It is high praise indeed of her outstanding accomplishments.

Since 2013, the Harris County Master Wellness Volunteers have served as advocates for Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and substantially increased the scope and impact of the Harris County Family & Community Health Unit.  Harris County has 32 trained volunteers who have reached over 21,552 citizens and contributed an estimated 1,715 volunteer hours, valued at an estimated $38,373.72.

2019 Fruit Tree & Tomato Sale

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2019 Fruit Tree Sale

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The Harris County Master Gardeners Association of Harris County is holding their 2019 Fruit Tree Sale on January 26th 2019 from 9 am to 12 pm at the Richard & Meg Weekly Park, located at 19110 Longenbaugh in Cypress, TX 77433. This event is free and open to the public (the trees are not, however)

 

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What is involved in Walk Across Texas?

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