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KENTUCKY CHILDREN’S GARDEN…Getting children away from the television and computer and back into nature is one of the goals of a new children’s garden at The Arboretum located on the University of Kentucky campus.  A fund-raising campaign for the garden is officially underway.

H.O.T. ABOUT TOBACCOYoung people in Kentucky are helping others overcome tobacco.  Some students attended a H.O.T. conference, which is an acronym for Helping Overcome Tobacco in Kentucky.

ANNIE’S PROJECT…is helping farm women understand the business side of farming.  Annie’s Project is a series of workshops to give women the tools they need to make their farms successes. 

ARLO GUTHRIE...the legendary Arlo Guthrie teamed up with the UK Symphony Orchestra at the world famous Carnegie Hall.  We will visit a rehearsal on the UK campus and hear what students had to say about backing up a legend.

GARY PALMER…is the new assistant director for agriculture and natural resources in the UK Cooperative Extension Service.  Although he is no stranger to most Kentucky extension agents we will introduce him to you.

UK FOOTBALL GOING BOWLING…The football Wildcats wrapped up another successful season by honoring 16 seniors before the Tennessee game on senior day and looked ahead to their upcoming bowl game.

DROUGHT’S EFFECT ON CHRISTMAS TREES…This summer’s drought along with a spring freeze and a hail storm have made life rough for Christmas tree farmers this season.


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