HighYeilds365 and Virginia Cooperative Extension presents A Discussion on outdoor hemp flower production in Christiansburg, VA on Tuesday, March 26th from 2-4pm. There will be a $20 charge for the workshop. Please email or call 540-382-5790 to register.
New River Conservancy and Appalachian State University are hosting the New River Symposium, April 11 and 12, 2019. Please join us for this multidisciplinary conference and celebration of the New River Watershed. Who should attend? Teachers, researchers, community leaders, government officials, stewards, river keepers, planners, boaters, birders, anglers and friends from up and down the[…]
Three years ago, Grayson LandCare changed its structure from four Standing Committees (Forestry, Livestock, Water/Energy, and Communications) to a project-based focus. The projects that were naturally arising from our members did not fit neatly into the Committee categories, and we realized they didn’t need to! So we looked at the activities that were thriving and[…]
On Saturday, December 1st, the Free Market was a beehive of happy activity as we opened the Christmas Gift Shop. All year long, we have saved items that were new or like-new and would make nice gifts. For this day only, we asked shoppers to get these items as gifts for other people, and we[…]
Mount Rogers Health District wants to know what you think are the biggest public health concerns in your community. The health district is working with community leaders and health care providers to improve the health of our communities. We will use your feedback to create strategies to improve health and well-being. All answers will be[…]
The CATE Center will host a beekeepers class in the CATE Center starting April 17. The class will meet every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 until 7:00 through May 10th. The cost is $50.00 per person or $70.00 per couple. Books will be provided. The instructor is Mickey Cunningham. Please RSVP to Angie Lawson by[…]
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS), in cooperation with agency stakeholders, developed Virginia’s Voluntary Plan to Mitigate the Risk of Pesticides to Managed Pollinators (also known as the Pollinator Protection Plan) which is part of a national effort by state and federal agencies to help reverse pollinator losses and restore pollinator populations. VDACS’ Plan[…]