first_imgBeginning gardeners now have a reason to hone their green thumbs. University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agents in metro Atlanta will hold Garden to Table classes throughout the spring and summer to introduce Georgians to the joys and challenges of growing their own food.The first class, Spring into Gardening and Canning, will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 7 at the North Fulton Service Center in Sandy Springs, Ga.UGA Extension agriculture and natural resource agents Louise Estabrook, Grantly Ricketts and Bobby Wilson will teach participants how to plan a garden, grow a productive container vegetable garden and make a raised garden bed. Extension family and consumer sciences agent Kisha Faulk will discuss how to safely preserve vegetables and fruit at home, updated home canning methods and tools to get started canning.“Our goal is to teach people how to get started as we move into the gardening season and then the canning season later in the summer,” Faulk said. “We all know canning to be something our grandmothers did, but it’s something I can do as a young professional to stretch my dollar, provide for my family and enjoy time spent with my friends.”Registration for the Spring into Gardening and Canning workshop is free. For more information or to register, contact Jan Powers at (404) 613-7670 or e-mail her at [email protected] The North Fulton Service Center is located at 7741 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs.The second workshop in the Garden to Table series, which will also cover planting a vegetable garden and safely storing produce, will be held at 6:45 p.m. April 14 at the Cobb Extension Office in Marietta. The workshop costs $10, and registration fees will be collected at the door. For more information or to register, contact Emily Harper at (770) 528-4070 or e-mail her at [email protected] The Cobb Extension Office is located at 678 South Cobb Dr., Suite 200 in Marietta.last_img read more

first_imgRelatedPosts Cleric urges Christians to avoid ill-gotten wealth to attain greatness in life It’s unfair to discuss 2023 election now, opposition tells Enugu PDP After 13 years of enmity, Enugu ex-Governors in closed door meeting Rangers International FC of Enugu on Wednesday defeated Jigawa Golden Stars FC of Dutse 1-0 in a Nigeria Professional Football League rescheduled Match Day 7 in Enugu. The match was decided in the 62nd minute with the only goal of the day coming from Rangers player Dauda Madaki. The visiting team gave their all in the first 45 minutes, but were pegged back after the interval. Speaking after the match, Rangers assistant coach, Mbwas Mangut, said the match lived up to expectations. “We expected a tough match against the team from Dutse and that was why we gave it our all,” Mangut said. He said Rangers technical crew had to rotate players because they have more tough matches ahead. He said: “We still have Akwa United and Kano Pillars to play on Sunday and Wednesday next week. “Thank God we won this match because what matters is the three points and not the scoreline.” In his reaction, Jigawa Golden Stars FC Coach, Gilbert Ubana, said his team played well. “We wanted to pick something from this match but we made a mistake after the interval which led to the goal,” Ubana said. The coach said that he never lost hope of going home with positive result. “This team is a work in progress because they are still mastering my tactics because I just took over two weeks ago,” Ubana said. The visiting team’s Captain, Yusuf Mohammed, said they have accepted the outcome of the match in good faith. Mohammed said: “Although, most of us came from the Nigeria National League, but that was not why we lost because football is all about win, draw or loss. “We have lost, so we are going home to keep perfecting our strategies for the matches ahead.”Tags: Dauda MadakiDutseEnugu StateJigawa Golden Stars FCMbwas MangutnpflRangers International FClast_img read more

20 Sep / 2020

Palace snap up Souare

first_img Souare becomes Alan Pardew’s third signing of the week after the arrivals of Jordon Mutch and Shola Amoebi. Mutch has signed a four-and-a-half-year contract and Ameobi has joined until the end of the campaign. Eagles chairman Steve Parish announced the deal on his Twitter feed, saying: “Delighted that @papesouare has just this minute signed for #cpfc . A warm welcome from all of us”. The Senegal international flew straight to London to complete the deal after his nation’s early exit from the African Nations Cup this week. Crystal Palace have completed the signing of Lille full-back Pape Souare.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more