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  1. September 18

    Fruits, Nuts, & Berries - Graham
    Explore the basics of successful vegetable gardening in the Pacific Northwest--from seed to table. This free monthly workshop series is held at five locations around Pierce County. This month, learn about perennial food production with tips for planting and maintaining fruit and nut trees and shrubs.
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  2. September 20

    Community Days at The Farm
    Join us at The Farm every Friday and Saturday through the growing season for: site tours, to help grow food for school students and local community members, to connect with people and plants, and best of all, to leave with fresh veggies!
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  3. September 21

    2019 Pierce County Community Garden Tour
    Through recreation and exercise, access to fresh vegetables, increased gardening knowledge, community gardening touches people's lives in a number of ways. Gardens have proven to improve neighborhood safety and well-being, increase social capital through new friendships, and increase life span by improving quality of life. Harvest Pierce County looks forward to celebrating these unique spaces that bring neighbors and the greater community together at the Annual Harvest Tour every year. This t...
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  4. September 21

    Community Days at The Farm
    Join us at The Farm every Friday and Saturday through the growing season for: site tours, to help grow food for school students and local community members, to connect with people and plants, and best of all, to leave with fresh veggies!
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  1. September 27

    Community Days at The Farm
    Join us at The Farm every Friday and Saturday through the growing season for: site tours, to help grow food for school students and local community members, to connect with people and plants, and best of all, to leave with fresh veggies!
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  2. September 28

    Community Days at The Farm
    Join us at The Farm every Friday and Saturday through the growing season for: site tours, to help grow food for school students and local community members, to connect with people and plants, and best of all, to leave with fresh veggies!
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  3. October 1

    Forage Analysis and Management
    Good quality hay is a key component of any livestock operation. Whether you’re cutting for sale, harvesting for your own livestock, or buying in from other producers, knowing what nutrition your hay is providing is an important consideration.
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  4. October 5

    Adriana Hess Wetland Planting
    Come join the Adriana Hess habitat stewards to maintain the beautiful habitat space of the Tahoma Audubon Society. This month we will be planting trees and shrubs!
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