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FORESTRY CONVERSATION…Kentucky’s forests greatly contribute to the state’s economy in many ways and is a source of income for all involved. But significant threats to this important resource is the reason why people from different sectors of the industry sat down to talk about the future of Kentucky’s forests.

 
BOONE COUNTY ARBORETUM…It’s a one of a kind setting, touted as the first arboretum in the nation within an active recreational park. This fall, with the arboretum’s more than 27 hundred trees, flowers, and shrubs, the 121 acre park was bursting with all of the colors of autumn.
 

AG ADVENTURES KENTUCKY…It’s a traveling classroom on wheels and it’s called Agriculture Adventures Kentucky, a hands-on learning program teaching students about the importance of agriculture.

 
  DR. ANN VAIL…Is the newest administrator in the UK College of Agriculture. Dr. Vail took over the duties as the Director of School of Human Environmental Sciences and Assistant Extension Director of Family and Consumer Sciences this fall and this month she is a guest on Extension Today On the Air. 
  HOLIDAY COOKING…Once again counties in southeastern Kentucky held their Holiday Cooking School with about 500 people in attendance. It’s a popular event each year as participants get holiday gift ideas and sample some new foods.
 
 
  SWEET HOME SPUN…Last year we brought you the story of Sam and Joann Adams of Henry County, who were reconstructing a historic Low-Dutch Meeting House on their farm, where the couple raise sheep for wool. The work is now complete on the building and Sweet Home Spun is open for business, where Joann’s sells her handcrafted sweaters, hats, and purses. 
  WARM UP MONTGOMERY COUNTY….Twice a month about 30 women gather at the Montgomery County Extension Office to knit and crochet items for cancer and kidney dialysis patients, new born babies and nursing home residents. The volunteer project is called Warm Up Montgomery County and it is touching a lot of hearts. 
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