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2016 Farm, Home & Garden EXPO is Sat 30 April 2016

Special feature this year will be the LWC Nursing's 12 booths targeting health and wellness. Forty vendors will be present. Last year EXPO drew over 700 people
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By Nick Roy

The 2016 Farm, Home & Garden EXPO presented by the Adair County Extension Council is set for Saturday, April 30, 2016 10am-2pmCT, at the Adair County Elementary School, 870 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY.


The 2016 EXPO will feature new activities as well as some of the traditional activities of past, including vendors, youth activities, grilled hamburgers by the Adair County Cattlemen's Association, and desserts provided by the Adair County Extension Homemakers. Over 700 people attended the last EXPO event.

This year's event includes a wide variety of vendors, over 40 total. Vendors present will include areas in gardening, crafts, health, home improvement, health services, and much more!

A special feature for 2016 will be Lindsey Wilson's College Nursing Department hosting 12 booths targeting health and wellness. Vouchers on a variety of health services will be provided.

If you're looking for sources of local grown and raised products, the EXPO will feature may local sources including Sano Meats, Turkey Ridge Farm, Farmers Market on the Square, Barnett's Creek Farm, and the Adair County Garden Club.

An assortment of governmental agencies will be displaying their services this year including USDA Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources & Conservation, KY Fish & Wildlife Resources, and local health departments.

As always, the UK Cooperative Extension Service will be distributing publications on agriculture, gardening, fruit trees, food preservation & storing vegetables, and much more!

For more information on the 2016 Farm, Home, & Garden EXPO, contact the Adair County Cooperative Extension Service at 270-384-2317.

Educational programs of the Cooperative Extension Service serve all people regardless of race, color, age, sex, religion, disability or national origin. --Nick Roy, Adair County Extension Agent for Agriculture & Natural Resources


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