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  • Georgia Peach Truck
    3:00 pm-4:30 pm
    July 19, 2020
    435 W Glenside Ave, Glenside, PA 19038, USA

    Georgia Peach Truck – $46


    Georgia Peach Truck rolls into town with whole boxes of Rolling Freestones®, the farm-to-street freestone peaches from our authentic Peach State. Freestone peaches are the peak season varieties to purchase by the box, because they freely separate from their pits for slicing in the kitchen or eating fresh out of hand. Share a box this summer, and cook, can, or freeze a box for winter!

     
    One box of Rolling Freestones® is $46 with no limit on the purchase of multiple boxes. Each box contains one half bushel by volume that weighs approximately 25 pounds, and the peach quantities vary upon sizing from about 50 to 70 peaches in most boxes.

     
    Complement a box of Georgia peaches with a bag of Front Porch Pecans® from Lamar Pecan Company in Hawkinsville, Georgia. A one pound bag of 300 – 350 shelled pecan halves that are graded fancy for presentation is $16.

     
    ** NEW THIS YEAR! PRE-ORDER & SAVE 10%! Pre-order sales close at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday 07/18. For more information, visit Georgia Peach Truck online at georgiapeachtruck.com. **

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  • Penn State Extension: Pollinator Series – Gardening for Pollinators
    3:00 pm-4:15 pm
    July 22, 2020

    Penn State Extension: Pollinator Series – Bee Biodiversity in Pennsylvania – FREE


    Is your property pollinator friendly? Join us for the Pollinator Series: Gardening for Pollinators to learn how to maximize your garden’s potential for supporting a variety of pollinators, especially bees, which require specific nesting habitats and a broad range of flower shapes and types in order to thrive. You will also learn some of the best plants to include in your pollinator-friendly yard, tips on planting, and how you can certify your Pennsylvania Pollinator-Friendly Garden.

     

    Whether a farmer or a gardener, crop pollinators such as honeybees and native, wild bees are important components to our managed and natural landscapes.
     

    This and other webinars in the Pollinator Series seek to increase awareness of issues surrounding pollinator health, management, and pollinator habitat. Each webinar will target a variety of stakeholders, including the general public, homeowners, scientists, conservation groups, beekeepers, and growers.

     

    This is not a Primex affiliated event. To sign up please visit extension.psu.edu/pollinator-series-gardening-for-pollinators.

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