Presented by Sallie Lee, Extension Agent
with the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service
Thursday, August 13th at 10 a.m.
Think you can't grow your own food? Something healthy,
your garden? "Grow It to Eat It" demonstrates
how anyone with space
for a decent sized pot and
several hours of sunshine can grow
salad greens, small fruit trees, or herbs for seasoning.
The program combines tips for container gardening with
eating your own tomatoes, spinach,
collards, strawberries, squash,and
even figs. Join in,
share recipes for a simple, nutritious meal provided
by - you!
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Please join us on Thursday, July 9th at 10 a.m. for "Biodiversity of the Cahaba River," presented by Randall Haddock, Biologist and Field Director with the Cahaba River Society. The Cahaba River is well known as a biological refuge for the rich aquatic wildlife that was once widespread in the Southeast. Using a PowerPoint presentation, Dr. Haddock will show a sampling of the interesting wildlife, including freshwater snails, mussels, crayfish, fishes, turtles and other oddities.