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  • Article by: STAFF REPORTS , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 4, 2014 - 3:00 PM

Thousands of seedlings have been sold since October.

Pickup dates are April 25 and 26 at the Scott County Fairgrounds in Jordan.

Orders will be taken until April for rain barrels and for 29 tree varieties that include balsam fir and golden (weeping) willow.

The aim is to help property owners naturalize a border, attract wildlife and pollinators, or add fruit trees.

If you want to be added to a mailing list, send your e-mail address or mailing address to dhrabe@co.scott.mn.us.

To see a slide show of this year’s offerings, go to www.scottswcd.org/gallery_trees.

Dakota County

‘Crops Day’ aimed at area farmers

Specialists from the University of Minnesota are among those planning to share research and strategies with agricultural professionals at a Crops Day later this month.

The event takes place March 18 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Dakota Electric Association, 4300 W. 220th St., Farmington.

Registration is requested by Tuesday. Contact Peggy Madden, University of Minnesota Extension, Dakota County at 651-480-7747 or madde017@umn.edu.

Staff reports

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