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Home Demonstration Garden Field Day (Lewis)

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 - 6:30pm
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The annual field days will take place at five Iowa State research and demonstration farms and two county fairgrounds in July and August. The public is welcome to attend these free field days, which take place rain or shine.

“The theme for this year is planting the rainbow, with vegetables planted to be donated to nearby food pantries ranging in colors like pink tomatoes, purple snap beans, yellow cauliflower and orange winter squash,” said Cindy Haynes, a horticulture associate professor who coordinates the field days.

 

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Home Demonstration Garden Field Day (Fruitland)

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 - 6:30pm
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The annual field days will take place at five Iowa State research and demonstration farms and two county fairgrounds in July and August. The public is welcome to attend these free field days, which take place rain or shine.

 

“The theme for this year is planting the rainbow, with vegetables planted to be donated to nearby food pantries ranging in colors like pink tomatoes, purple snap beans, yellow cauliflower and orange winter squash,” said Cindy Haynes, a horticulture associate professor who coordinates the field days.

 

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Home Demonstration Garden Field Day (Ames)

Thursday, July 26, 2018 - 6:30pm
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The annual field days will take place at five Iowa State research and demonstration farms and two county fairgrounds in July and August. The public is welcome to attend these free field days, which take place rain or shine.

 

“The theme for this year is planting the rainbow, with vegetables planted to be donated to nearby food pantries ranging in colors like pink tomatoes, purple snap beans, yellow cauliflower and orange winter squash,” said Cindy Haynes, a horticulture associate professor who coordinates the field days.

 

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Home Demonstration Garden Field Day (Nashua)

Saturday, July 28, 2018 - 4:00pm
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The annual field days will take place at five Iowa State research and demonstration farms and two county fairgrounds in July and August. The public is welcome to attend these free field days, which take place rain or shine.

 

“The theme for this year is planting the rainbow, with vegetables planted to be donated to nearby food pantries ranging in colors like pink tomatoes, purple snap beans, yellow cauliflower and orange winter squash,” said Cindy Haynes, a horticulture associate professor who coordinates the field days.

 

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Home Demonstration Garden Field Day (Onawa)

Tuesday, August 7, 2018 - 5:30pm
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The annual field days will take place at five Iowa State research and demonstration farms and two county fairgrounds in July and August. The public is welcome to attend these free field days, which take place rain or shine.

 

“The theme for this year is planting the rainbow, with vegetables planted to be donated to nearby food pantries ranging in colors like pink tomatoes, purple snap beans, yellow cauliflower and orange winter squash,” said Cindy Haynes, a horticulture associate professor who coordinates the field days.

 

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Home Demonstration Garden Field Day (Kanawha)

Wednesday, August 8, 2018 - 6:30pm
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Northern Research Farm - The annual field days will take place at five Iowa State research and demonstration farms and two county fairgrounds in July and August. The public is welcome to attend these free field days, which take place rain or shine.

 

“The theme for this year is planting the rainbow, with vegetables planted to be donated to nearby food pantries ranging in colors like pink tomatoes, purple snap beans, yellow cauliflower and orange winter squash,” said Cindy Haynes, a horticulture associate professor who coordinates the field days.

 

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Homegrown - Local Responses to Food Insecurity (Storm Lake)

Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 1:00pm to 7:00pm
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Tour of Eden Gardens, Homegrown Responses to Food Insecurity, Free sampling of local produce, Visit to Local Garden projects and Farmer’s Market, and enjoy the Taste of Storm Lake at Chautauqua Park: Farm to Fork Food Truck with show to follow - Mary Swander’s Farm to Folk Tales with local storytellers and Singer/Songwriter Ann Zimmerman - Tickets for full day’s events: $10 (includes Taste of Storm Lake meal) Tickets for Taste of Storm Lake meal: $7 Story tellers and Concert at Chautauqua Park: free and open to the public https://www.extension.iastate.edu/calendar/ShowEventDetail.asp?programID=298679&sessionID=372187

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