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Food Safety for the Backyard Chicken Producer

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Lovettsville Library
Meeting Room - Lovettsville
A basic education program discussing ways to minimize poultry related diseases. Presented in partnership with Virginia Cooperative Extension, Loudoun Office. For teens & adults.
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Start Your Own Vegetable Seeds

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Sterling Library
Meeting Room A - Sterling
Experienced Extension Master Gardeners will teach you step-by-step instructions on how to start seeds and provide valuable tips and techniques to keeping the seedlings growing strong for outdoor planting.
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Vegetable Garden Basics

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Sterling Library
Meeting Room A - Sterling
Learn how to grow your own fresh food and experience the benefits of picking fresh vegetables from your own backyard. Experienced Extension Master Gardeners will provide education on the basic fundamentals of a vegetable garden.
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Vegetable Garden Basics

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Ashburn Library
Meeting Room A + B - Ashburn
Learn how to grow your own fresh food and experience the benefits of picking fresh vegetables from your own backyard. Experienced Extension Master Gardeners will provide education on the basic fundamentals of a vegetable garden. For adults.
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Choosing the Right Trees and Shrubs

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Gum Spring Library
Meeting Room A - Gum Spring
Led by an Extension Master Gardener, this program takes the saying “Right plant, right place” and applies it to selecting and planting trees and shrubs in suburban yards.
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Vegetable Container Gardening

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Gum Spring Library
Meeting Room A - Gum Spring
An Extension Master Gardener will demonstrate how you can grow veggies in small spaces. For adults.
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Tending and Creating Woods In Your Backyard Workshop - Part 1

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Cascades Library
Meeting Room A - Cascades
Do you have an acre or two? Create and enhance natural areas around your home and make a positive difference in your environment through planning and implementing simple management practices. Woodlots improve air and water quality, and provide outlets for recreation and beautiful fall foliage.  A two-part workshop: Part 1 - May 10; Part 2 - May 17. Topics covered: appropriate land use; crop tree management; invasive plants; water quality; tree identification; and wildlife and habitat management. Those who register will receive a free copy of the manual, Woods In Your Backyard.  Presented in partnership with Virginia Cooperative Extension, Forests for the Bay, Virginia Department of Forestry and Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries. For adults.
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Tending and Creating Woods In Your Backyard Workshop

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Rust Library
Large Meeting Room - Rust
Do you have an acre or two? Through planning and implementing simple management practices you can create and enhance natural areas around your home and make a positive difference in your environment. Woodlots improve air and water quality, and provide outlets for recreation and beautiful fall foliage. Topics covered: appropriate land use; crop tree management; invasive plants; water quality; tree identification; and wildlife and habitat management. Those who register will receive a free copy of the manual, Woods In Your Backyard
Presented in partnership with Virginia Cooperative Extension, Forests for the Bay, Virginia Department of Forestry and Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries. For adults. 
Since this program begins before normal opening hours, please go to the main entrance at the Old Waterford Rd. side.
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Tending and Creating Woods In Your Backyard Workshop - Part 2

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Cascades Library
Meeting Room A - Cascades
Do you have an acre or two? Create and enhance natural areas around your home and make a positive difference in your environment through planning and implementing simple management practices. Woodlots improve air and water quality, and provide outlets for recreation and beautiful fall foliage.  A two-part workshop: Part 1 - May 10; Part 2 - May 17. Topics covered: appropriate land use; crop tree management; invasive plants; water quality; tree identification; and wildlife and habitat management. Those who register will receive a free copy of the manual, Woods In Your Backyard.  Presented in partnership with Virginia Cooperative Extension, Forests for the Bay, Virginia Department of Forestry and Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries. For adults.
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