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  1. Corn donated to the Ross County Food Banks

    Ross County Master Gardeners Donate 4979.5 lbs of Produce to Food Banks

    Dec 17, 2018

    Writer: Pamela J. Bennett

    Submitted by Ivory Harlow

    Master Gardeners donate time, energy and enthusiasm to enrich their communities through garden education, but that isn’t all they donate… The gardeners grow fresh, healthy food for donation to area foodbanks. In 2018, Ross County Master Gardeners donated 4979.5 pounds of produce as part of the Grow Ohio Challenge.

  2. Hartman Rock Garden in Clark County

    Fairfield MGV Travel to Clark County for a FRIDAY FUN Day

    Oct 29, 2018

    WOW… Fairfield MGV had an amazing Friday FUN DAY in Clark County. Master Gardener Volunteers and friends in Clark County were well prepared for showing their visitors a good time at their newly renovated demonstration gardens at Snyder Park and Arboretum.

  3. Many varieties of tomatoes are tasted and judged in Fairfield County.

    Tomato Tasting Returns to Fairfield County

    Oct 3, 2018

    What a fun evening learning more about growing tomatoes as well as tasting tomatoes too! Over 50 participants joined the effort and we tasted 28 varieties of tomatoes.

    Stan Smith, OSU Extension Fairfield County, highlighted “10 Reasons Your Neighbor Can’t Grow Tomatoes” and Jerry Iles OSU Extension Educator offering insight into foliar disease of tomatoes.   Lots of good information was shared among our participants and Master Gardeners.