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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA EXTENSION

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Fresh fruits and vegetables, when harvested, continue to undergo chemical changes that can cause spoilage and deterioration of the product. This is why these products should be frozen as soon after harvest as possible and at their peak degree of ripeness.
To learn more about the program and apply, visit z.umn.edu/MG_info or call 612-625-9864.
Having a basic knowledge of the garden area will help you choose the plants that will grow best in your site, explains Hubbard County Extension Educator Tarah Young.
The Farm Family of the Year program is sponsored by the University of Minnesota and honors families across Minnesota who are actively engaged in farming or an agricultural production.
Join Dr. Katie Lee, University of Minnesota Extension Apiculture Educator, and local beekeeper, Brett Kent, as they go through colony handling, common diseases and pests, and safety information for you and the bees from 3-5 p.m. on Monday, June 27.
This spring has been colder and wetter than usual, which has gardeners feeling restless.

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The Hubbard County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) and the Hubbard County University of Minnesota Extension are excited to host a tree seminar from 1-3 p.m. on Friday, May 20 in Heartland Park.
Protect birds by not feeding them this spring
A Hubbard County pilot project that emphasizes the health benefits of art has already captured statewide interest.

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