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IFYE: Bringing the World Home

The International 4‐H Youth Exchange (IFYE) is an exchange for young adults, ages 18‐30. This is both an inbound and outbound program and every year Montana hosts a number of IFYE delegates from primarily European countries...

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4-H Quilting Workshop

4-H members in sewing and quilting projects are invited to take part in a Quilting workshop on Sunday, June 10, 2012 at the Pondera Center, 317 Virginia St...

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Knowledge Is Power

The Pondera County Commissioners will be sponsoring an informational meeting that will provide local landowners who have water on their property with some tools they need to help make a more informed decision on selling their water and the required process and rules to follow to legally sell water to oil and gas developers along with others who may need water to do business...

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4-H Seeking Host Families for Japanese Students

The Japanese summer inbound exchange is for Montana families who have kids within two years of age as the delegate they host. The delegates are ages 12-16 and are affiliated with two Japanese youth organizations, Labo and LEX...

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Landscape Workshop June 6th

The City of Shelby and Toole County Extension Office are pleased to bring Bruce Forde of Forde Nursery to Shelby for a free landscape design; tree selection, care & maintenance workshop on Wednesday, June 6th. Br...

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USFWS Says “Thank You” to Veterans on May 19th

To show appreciation for those who serve in the U.S. Military, on May 19 – Armed Forces Day – the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will begin issuing an annual pass offering free entrance for active duty military members and their dependents to the National Bison Range and every unit of the Refuge System, as well as National Parks and other public lands...

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A Time to Plant

The first year that I planted a garden here in Shelby, Corinne Merhar warned me not to put out the tomato plants before Memorial Day.  I had to learn the hard way...

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Ag Alert: Wheat Streak Mosaic

Dr Mary Burrows of the MSU Extension Service has issued an Ag Alert after receiving several samples exhibiting wheat streak mosaic from the Golden Triangle...

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MSU Ag Guides…Not Just for Farmers

For many Montanans, May means it's time to get down to some serious gardening. Before you stock up on soil boosters, fertilizers and pesticides, take a few minutes to read the latest Ag Alert from MSU Extension Pesticide Education Specialist Cecil Tharp:

 

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MSU Extension Hosts Caregivers Training

Today roughly 2.2 million American households care for an adult with a chronic or terminal medical condition.  Caring for someone can be physically, emotionally and financially draining. One of the sad statistics is that many caregivers become critically ill or die before the person they are caring for.  This is because they put off taking care of themselves.

Pondera County Agent Wendy Wedum will be offering a class to the public called Powerful Tool for Caregivers.  

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IPM Isn’t Just for Farmers

Integrated Pest Management is a crucial part of farming and ranching, but even if your "spread" consists of a few square feet of yard in town, there are things you need to know...

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One Sweet Ag Workshop

On Monday's (April 16) Extension Minute, Toole Co Agent Alice Burchak shared the following information about a beekeeping workshop the MSU Extension Service will be hosting in Cut Bank on Saturday, April 28:

Honey bees pollinate a third of the food that we eat. However, in the past six years the annual die-off of honeybees has become increasingly alarming. The phenomenon is known as colony collapse disorder (CCD). Research has not pinned down the reason for CCD. Many scientists think it is an accumulation of multiple reasons such as disease, pesticides, and harmful mites that have emigrated from Asia. To counteract the effects of CCD more people are encouraged to keep their own bees.

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