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K-State Extension offers events, training


K-State Research and Extension is offering these events, available to all interested persons. For more information about these, as well as more localized events, check with your local K-State Research and Extension office.

Family and youth events

March 12--Kansas 4-H Food Judges Training, Great Bend, 620-793-1910

March 13--Kansas 4-H Food Judges Training, Dodge City, 620-873-8790

March 13--Preserving the Harvest Workshop, Dodge City, 620-873-8790

March 16--Kansas 4-H Food Judges Training, Yates Center, 620-625-8620

April 17--Kansas 4-H Food Judges Training, Manhattan, 785-537-6350

April 26--Full Circle...An Aging Expo, Oakley, 785-443-3663

April 27--Preserving the Harvest Workshop, El Dorado, 316-321-9660

May 9--Kansas 4-H Food Judges Training, Lyons, 620-257-5131

May 28 to 31--Kansas 4-H Discovery Days, Manhattan, 785-532-5800

May 29--Preserving the Harvest Workshop, Belleville, 785-527-5084

June 3--Kansas 4-H Food Judges Training, Hutchinson, 620-662-2371

June 4--Preserving the Harvest Workshop, Hutchinson, 620-662-2371

June 5--Preserving the Harvest Workshop, Salina, 785-392-2147

June 12--Preserving the Harvest Workshop, Wichita, 620-660-0100

June 14--Preserving the Harvest Workshop, Washington, 785-527-5084

June 25--Preserving the Harvest Workshop, Winfield, 620-221-5450

June 27--Preserving the Harvest Workshop, Holton, 785-863-2212

July 30--Preserving the Harvest Workshop, Wichita, 620-660-0100

Gardening events

Feb. 25--Tomato Grafting: Benefits and Technique, Kansas City, Kan.

March 18--Production Planning and Plant Propagation, Belton, Mo.

March 23--Advanced Irrigation Methods for Market Growers, Kansas City, Mo.

April 13--Building and Managing Healthy Soils, Kearny, Mo.

May 13--Post-Harvest Handling and Food Safety, Lawrence, Kan.

June 10--Drip Irrigation and Small Farm Equipment, Olathe, Kan.

July 13--Weed, Pest and Disease Management, Kansas City, Kan.

July 27--K-State Horticulture Research Center Open House, Olathe, Kan., 913-715-7000

Aug. 5--Successful Microclimate Modification in Difficult Climates, Olathe, Kan.

Aug. 24--Introduction to Fruit Production, Lone Jack, Mo.

Sept. 14--Farm Business Planning and Management, Kansas City, Mo.

Agriculture events

Feb. 26--Trichomoniasis Informational Meeting, St. Francis, 785-332-3171

Feb. 28--Winter Canola Risk Management School, McPherson, 620-241-1523

March 1--Cattlemen's Day, Manhattan, 785-532-1204

March 2--Sheep Day, Manhattan, 785-532-1255

March 5--Beef Cattle Meeting, Girard, 620-784-5337

March 7--Beef Cattle Meeting, Altamont, 620-784-5337

March 12--Planning for the Future, Linn, 785-325-2121

March 23--Junior Meat Goat Producer Day, Manhattan, 785-532-1255

June 5 to 8--Animal Sciences Leadership Academy, Manhattan, 785-532-1264

Date: 2/25/2013

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