TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY CENTER
JANUARY 2020 UPDATE
4-H NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2019-JANUARY 2020


Livestock News


Green Industry News - December/January
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Transylvania County Bee Keepers Association Meeting
All are welcome to come and learn!

Come learn about the benefits of Membership with the Association and whether beekeeping is a good hobby for you!

Tuesday January 6th, 2020 in the Cooperative Extension conference room in the Public Services Building. Meetings will be first Tuesday of each month!
Email Eddie Thompson, Club President, at edt64@comporium.net for more information!
Transylvania County Natural Resource Council
Monthly meeting

 January 10, 2020 (2:00 PM)
Election Center Classroom

Presentations:  Collaborating on Campaigns to Reduce Consumption and Waste-Regional Initiatives as well as Local Activities. 

Speakers will be: 
JoĆ©le Emma, Director of Education, Asheville Greenworks, 

 

Jan Foster, Solid Waste Manager, Waste Reduction Partners, and 

 

Kenn Webb, Director, Solid Waste, Transylvania County


Business Meeting (Approximately 3:30 PM)


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52nd Annual Winter Vegetable Conference and Trade Show
 
February 19th and 20th
Crown Plaza Resort 

Come learn about the latest veggie production research and innovative technology. 



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