We will be making hair clips, too!!
SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2014
9:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.
Register at Bonneville County Extension Office
Join us on Saturday March 15th from 9-4 pm for our 12th Annual Horticulture Symposium. This years Doomsday Gardening theme will feature classes on things you that are important to know should the Zombies attack!! Certified Master Herbalist Sam Towers will be educating on Utilizing Native Plants for both Medicinal and Culinary purposes. Dr. Steve Love (a perennial favorite) is teaching a class on the do’s and don’t of saving and storing your own vegetable seeds. Fremont County Extension Educator Lance Ellis will inform us on controlling wildlife in the garden and landscape.
The Cost for this event is $35.00 and will include a lunch provided by Chartwell’s Catering. For more information or to Register feel free to print our 2014 Horticulture Symposium Brochure. You can also contact Monica at the Bonneville County Extension Office, email@example.com 208-529-1390.
Learn the Basics of Food Preservation
March 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31st
10:00am – 1:00pm (Pre-registration is required)
Cost: $45.00 or $10.00/class (Must attend 1st class)
Registrations includes a USDA Canning Guide
Classes will be held at the Rigby Fair Grounds
(For registration/questions contact us at 529-1390)
It’s time once again to sign up for the 2014 Advanced and Veteran Master Gardener Classes. Classes this year are tentatively scheduled for Wednesday evenings beginning Feb 19th. In order to qualify for the Advanced and Veteran programs you need to be a certified Master Gardener within the last three years, all Master Gardeners certified prior to this need to re-qualify through a written test available in the Extension Office. The fee for the class is $25.00. We are looking forward to starting the season and welcoming back our many dedicated volunteers. Please contact Monica at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
Advanced Application 2014 (10 hrs Continuing Education and 40 hrs volunteer service required)
Come join us for the UI Extension, Bonneville County Committee Meetings.
No Committee Meetings will be held in December.
No age limit – spots fill up fast! Come into the office and sign up.
The University of Idaho 4-H Youth Development program will host the third annual Livestock Skill-a-thon on January 18, 2014 at the Jerome County Fairgrounds.
The goal of the contest is to provide youth with the chance to blend the knowledge and skills they’ve acquired in livestock judging, care and exhibition into a single activity. It also aims to recognize participants for their industry and instill ethical values, sportsmanship and product evaluation skills.
Completed registration forms and entry fees are due by December 20, 2013 to the UI Extension, Gooding County office. An entry fee of $20 per team member will be due with the team entry.
Visit the UI Extension, Bonneville County office for more information.
The Idaho 4-H Know Your Government Conference provides 4-H members in the 8th and 9th grades a state level opportunity for furthering the objectives of Community Pride.
Delegates will participate in legislative or judicial workshops and:
Action to improve communities requires knowledge of government and how it works. Join 4-H’ers from across the state to see our government in action.
Call the office for an application. Applications are due by December 20, 2013.
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