You’re Invited to Attend This Year’s Annual Gardening and Backyard Living Expo

March 31, 2015 - garden totes

Save a Date! You do not wish to skip this year’s Gardening and Backyard Living Expo – Apr 11th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Plan now to attend a Gardening Backyard Living Expo on Apr 11, 2015. The Expo is hold during Lander Valley High School (350 Baldwin Creek). Doors open during 9:00 a.m. and workshops start during 9:30 a.m. The Expo promotes backyard enjoyment, gardening success, and outside recreation.

Vendors will showcase new products and services and yield a initial look of open blooms. Come see grass tractors, mowers, grills/smokers, decking, breeze chimes, bird feeders, outside gear, a far-reaching preference of plants, and most more. Vendors will be fervent to answer all your questions.

Barnyards Backyards Workshops will tackle engaging topics and yield tips for success. From Vegetable Container Gardening to Tried and True Trees to NOL’s Marvelous Meals In The Mountains… we have a seminar for you. There are 10 workshops in all. For a finish category report and descriptions, click here.

The Kid’s Corner will underline activities such as formulating seed tape, pool extending pots, embellished stone critters, root prints and more. The Kid’s Corner is a large strike with families!

Farmer’s Market booths will underline internal meat, poultry, produce, breads, pastries, jellies, salsa, and more. Learn how we can get concerned in a area village gardens and farmer’s markets.

Concessionaires will be accessible to yield juicy treats and gratifying meals.

• Attendees can enter a sketch for a FREE Balled and Burlapped Tree donated by Sprouts Greenhouse.

• Prepare for open with a “Backyard Bag” and “Garden Tote”. These impossibly useful, reusable bags are light weight, strong, overlay prosaic for storage and mount adult by themselves even when empty. Check them out during a Popo Agie Conservation District booth.

A singular series of counter spaces are still accessible for vendors meddlesome in showcasing their products and services. If we are meddlesome in a counter or have any questions, call Popo Agie Conservation District during 332-3114.

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