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Farmer’s Market Update for 11/19/2011

The Wake Forest Farmer’s market will be open this Saturday, and for a special Thanksgiving market on Wednesday, November 23. See below for more information.

Farmer’s Market Update for 10/29/2011

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This Saturday, wear your Halloween costume and get a treat from the market. Singer song writer Joe Woodson will perform. The Farmer’s Market (110 S. White St) will be open from 8:00 am until noon.

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RTI International Supports Local Non-Profit “Grow And Share”

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RTI International Supports Local Non-Profit “Grow And Share”

Zebulon, NC, July 7, 2011 – Grow And Share, a non-profit fighting hunger at the local level, recently received a corporate contribution from RTI International of Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. This RTI 2011 Community Partnerships Program contribution will provide funding for Grow And Share’s gardening programs in Fall 2011. The contribution will be used […]

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Nominations Sought For Good Neighbor of the Year Award

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The Wake Forest Human Relations Council (HRC) is soliciting youth and adult nominations for the second annual Good Neighbor of the Year Award. The award is designed to recognize Wake Forest residents who¬†work to improve¬†the quality of life in their neighborhoods without seeking or receiving recognition for their efforts. Nominees must be a Town of […]

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Lazy man’s garden?

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Not that Wake Forest’s Ted Rogers is a lazy man, but imagine a garden that doesn’t require any soil prep. Wouldn’t be nice not to amend and amend that hard clay we have around here?

WRAL caught up with Rogers recently to talk about his straw bale garden. He lined up a bunch of inexpensive and readily available bales and shows how his tomato plants produced a bumper crop in past seasons.

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