Home and Garden Briefs for January 21, 2022 | Journal-news

18th once-a-year West Virginia Tiny Farm Meeting establishedMARTINSBURG — The West Virginia Modest Farm Convention Feb. 21-26, 2022 will be held virtually in 2022. Registration in 2022 will be free of charge, but you need to have to register in order to acquire the log in details. For a lot more information, go on line at https://extension.wvu.edu/conferences/little-farm-conference

You should get hold of Lisa Jones at 304-293-2715 for further more info.

2022 Gardening 101KEARNEYSVILLE — Gardening 101 is featuring two options to tune into the once-a-year beginning gardening workshop. Pre-registration is expected for the in-individual program, and the course cost is compensated at the doorway. COVID limits may restrict the sizing of an in-man or woman course, and masks will be necessary. Check out the complete agenda and sign-up on the web at extension.wvu.edu/Jefferson.

The in-individual software will be held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on March 5 at Hospice of the Panhandle’s Education Center, which is located at 330 Hospice Lane, Kearneysville. Price tag is $5, and beverages and snacks will be delivered. Subject areas: Environment up a yard, picking seeds, conditions, pests and weeds, harvesting and storing make.

Virtual applications will be held March 8, 15 and 22 through Zoom with no charge. Matters will be composting, increasing tree fruit and modest fruit and landscaping.

For additional details, make contact with Emily Morrow at 304-728-7413, ext. 2.

Profitable Tiny Farms classJEFFERSON COUNTY — Jefferson County Extension is offering a plan for folks new to the farming earth.

This class series will help map how to commence a smaller farm—from pencil to plow. Sessions will heart on area agriculture-dependent companies, how to make choices on what to improve and offer and maintaining very good report for your small business.


Thursday, Feb. 3: Who can assist? An overview of neighborhood companies and the solutions they present.

Thursday, Feb. 10: Enterprise Improvement. Discover farm budgeting tips and tips.

Thursday, Feb. 17: Farm Documents. Study how to hold good records for by yourself and your and taxes.

Saturday, March 12: Neighborhood farm tour, depart from Extension Office at 9 a.m..

February classes will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Jefferson County Extension Office. Cost is $15 and will involve all study course components. Phone the workplace or pay a visit to extension.wvu.edu/Jefferson to sign-up on the net.

2022 Ag Ed meeting dates setKEARNEYSVILLE — The 2022 Agricultural Instruction conferences dates, subject areas and speakers are:

• Programs will be provided nearly on Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24. See record down below.

• Thursday, March 10 — Grazing for Profitability — Speaker Ben Goff, WVUES

The 2022 the January and March meetings will be held at the WVU Kearneysville Tree Fruit Research and Training Center situated at 67 Apple Harvest Lane, Kearneysville with evening meal at 6:30 p.m. and the instructional application quickly just after.

All through the thirty day period of February, conferences will be held practically. Info to be give at a afterwards date. Webinars — 7 p.m.

• Feb. 3 — Carbon Sequestration — Gabe Brown

• Feb. 10 — Grazing Substantial Elevation — Cooper Hibbard

• Feb. 17 — Adaptive/intensive grazing — Alan Williams

• Feb. 24 — Using Sheep and Goats to improve profitability — Brad Smith

PASA Conference registration openLANCASTER, Pa. — The 2022 PASA Convention functions a digital pre-conference as a result of Jan. 28, and an in-human being principal convention and trade clearly show in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, will be held Feb. 10–12.

For extra info about the PASA Conference go to: https://pasafarming.org/meeting-household/facts.

2022 Appalachian Grazing Conference March 10-12MORGANTOWN — The 2022 Appalachian Grazing Meeting “Managing H2o and Grasslands” will be held March 10-12, 2022 at the Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Spot Lodge. Keynote Speaker is Greg Judy of Environmentally friendly Pastures Farm. For extra facts and to register go to: www.wvagc.com.

For Lodging, simply call: 1-800-630-2547 or 304-296-1700.

The Appalachian Grazing Convention is held each two a long time and delivers informative displays and demonstrations to farmers with cattle, goats and sheep. Members hear from America’s leading speakers on approaches intended to boost their revenue. On their channel, you will discover shows from preceding conferences and other useful product.

Backyard garden Tips• Get harvest provides.

• Seed mache (lamb’s lettuce or corn salad green) or claytonia (miner’s lettuce, Indian lettuce or wintertime purslane) in cold frame.

• Get strawberry crops.