Community park and garden coming to Scranton

Community park and garden coming to Scranton

Three years ago, a retired businessman with ties to Lackawanna County saw some vacant land in the city of Scranton and decided to do something for the community. SCRANTON, PA – A man with roots in the Scranton area wants to give residents a chance to put their own. Frank Dubas lives in Connecticut, but … Read more

Awarded two Dairymaster Ag Science Student Awards

Lucy Culleton and Stephen Frend were presented with their Dairymaster Ag Science Student Awards for the best final year project presentations at the South Eastern Technological University at this year’s National Ploughing Championships. 

Lucy Culleton and Stephen Friend were presented with the Dairymaster Ag Science Student Award for Best Final Year Project Presentation at this year’s National Plowing Championships at Southeastern Technological University. Culleton, a native of Windgap, Co. Kilkenny, completed her project focusing on fall grazing practices and spring nutrient application on grass availability on spring dairy … Read more

TNAU released rank list, counseling to start after medical admission

as if Express news service COIMBATORE: In the rank list released by the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU) for UG admissions, seven students secured a cut-off score of 200/200. Students can check the rank list at Speaking to reporters after releasing the rank list on Friday, Vice-Chancellor V Geethalakshmi said that out of the … Read more

Exhibitors enjoy returning to the annual antique show at Omaha’s Lauritzen Gardens.

Distressed jewelry, vintage designer handbags and fine art drew hundreds of people to Lauritzen Gardens’ annual antique fair on Friday. As designer-clad attendees decorated paintings and chatted with vendors, they helped raise money for Omaha’s 100-acre botanical garden. The event, the garden’s largest fundraiser, has grossed nearly $10 million over its 18-year lifespan. Dinny Laden, … Read more

Pie for the People returns to support Life Lab

SANTA CRUZ – After more than two years, the Pie for the People fundraiser is back in Santa Cruz for the nonprofit organization LifeLab, which brings gardening education to schools around Santa Cruz County and nationally. Internationally. This year’s Pie for People event will be held Sunday from 1-3pm at the UC Santa Cruz Campus … Read more

A cultural flower education course connects Aboriginal students with country.

Cultural floriculture course graduate Gemma Lloyd said the skills she learned while meeting other people in the Illawarra was an eye-opening experience. Main points: The Illawarra course is the first of its kind and the first for the region. It aims to provide professional floristry work in a culturally unique way. There are plans for … Read more

Medford Boy Scouts Build Meditation Garden on Samaritan – The Sun Newspapers

Special for the sunMatthew Colden and his family explore the benches and birdbaths in the Samaritan Center’s meditation garden in honor of his late grandfather, Branco Jacominich. The Boy Scout Eagle Project was completed earlier this summer. After Matthew Colden’s grandfather, Branko Jacominich, passed away three years ago, he knew immediately what he wanted his … Read more

How does the credit policy affect us?

For the common man, the credit policy is important because it establishes the relationship between the individual and the bank. RBI has increased the reserve ratio by 50 bps which now stands at 5.90%. The view is that some further rate hikes are likely and the 6% level will certainly be crossed over time. How … Read more