MicroGreens 101
Saturday November 17, 2018, 1:00pm- 4:00pm, Carstairs Curling Club, Upper lounge

Hosted by Katelynn Kaiser from Familia Farms- will discuss nutritious veggies and microgreens using sustainable and natural methods.
There will be a hands on demonstration and price includes necessary supplies for your first harvest.

Topics include:
– Benefits of Microgreens
– Planting and care
– How to harvest
-infastructure
$25.00 per person
$20.00 with Carstairs Ag Society Membership Card
To register please email: carstairshorticultural@gmail.com or call 403-940-3302
Limited seating available

 

 

Women’s Calving and Safety Clinic
February 7, 2018, 6:30-10:00pm, Crossfield Community Hall
Hosted by the Carstairs Ag Society

Join us to hear speakers from veterinary Agri-Health Services and Ag Safe Alberta
Stages of Parturition & When to Intervene- Dr. Megan Johnsen
Calving Supplies Checklist- Ceanna Tannas, RVT
Break-out Session: Calving Chain Placement & Correcting Malpresentations
Newborn Calf Management- Dr. Elizabeth Homerosky
Bovine Safety- Ashley Gaudet, RVT
Ag Safe Alberta Presentation


Safely Handling Livestock Seminar
February 25, 2018, 1:00-4:30pm, Half Century Club, Carstairs
Hosted by the West Carstairs 4-H Club

Join the West Carstairs 4-H Club to hear speaker Jennifer Woods, M.Sc. on Sunday February 25th 1-4:30pm at the Half Century Club in Carstairs. Open to all who work with livestock.


 Gardening In Central Alberta 101
Saturday April 7, 2018, 10:00am-2:00pm, Carstairs Curling Club

Gail Davies an Alberta Horticultural Association qualified judge will help you prepare your flower and/or vegetable garden for this season. Focusing on:
– Family and Alberta friendly plants
– Soil preparation
– Weed and Pest Control
– Watering Techniques and much more!

Download course notes:

Gardening in Central Alberta 101 – FINAL_Part1
Gardening in Central Alberta 101 – FINAL_Part2
Gardening in Central Alberta 101 – FINAL_Part3
Gardening in Central Alberta 101 – FINAL_Part4
Gardening in Central Alberta 101 – FINAL_Part5


Perennials In Central Alberta 101
Saturday May 5, 2018, 10:00am-1:30pm, Carstairs Curling Club

Theresa Zerr, an Alberta Horticultural Association qualified judge, will help you prepare your perennial garden for this season. Focusing on:
– Family and Alberta friendly perennials
– Soil preparation and PH
– Hardiness and disease resistance
– Working with your landscape conditions and much more!


Tree and Shrub Pruning In Central Alberta 101
Saturday October 20, 2018, 9:00am-12:00pm, Carstairs Curling Club

Gerard Fournier, Board Certified Master Arborist, Red Sealed Journeyman Landscape Horticulturalists and Tree Risk Assessment Qualified will go through Tree and Shrub Pruning 101- topics will include: Proper tools, when to prune and how to prune your Trees and Shrubs.
Download the course notes:
Pruning Trees in the Municpal Environment_Part1
Pruning Trees in the Municpal Environment_Part2
Pruning Trees in the Municpal Environment_Part3

Trees That Work_Part1
Trees That Work_Part2
Trees That Work_Part3
Trees That Work_Part4
Trees That Work_Part5
Trees That Work_Part6
Trees That Work_Part7
Trees That Work_Part8
Trees That Work_Part9
Trees That Work_Part10
Trees That Work_Part11
Trees That Work_Part12
Trees That Work_Part13
Trees That Work_Part14
Trees That Work_Part15
Trees That Work_Part16

WhyToppingHurtsTrees_Part1
WhyToppingHurtsTrees_Part2
WhyToppingHurtsTrees_Part3
WhyToppingHurtsTrees_Part4
WhyToppingHurtsTrees_Part5
WhyToppingHurtsTrees_Part6