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Tag: Cape Cod Cooperative Extension

2023 UMass Garden Calendars Have Arrived

The 2023 UMASS Garden Calendar is now available for purchase through the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension. The featured article this year is Gardens, Landscapes, Carbon & Climate Change. To help […]

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The University of Massachusetts Garden Calendars for 2023 Now Available for Purchase 

Information from Cape Cod Cooperative Extension  November 4, 2022 (Barnstable, MA)– The 2023 UMASS Garden Calendar is now available for purchase through the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension. The 2023 UMass […]

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From Excess to Access: Join Cape Cod’s Food Rescue Efforts

Grown by the community, for the community, the Everyone Eats Cultural Community Garden at Faith Assembly of God Church in Hyannis grows excess produce of cardoon, savory, eggplant, jalapenos, cucumbers, […]

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Protect Your Family and First Responders from Household Hazardous Waste and Unwanted Medications. 

Cooperative Extension is here to help you keep our families and environment safe from unused or unwanted toxic chemicals and medications, with a few simple steps.   Prescriptions and Medications  October […]

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Stink Bugs: Uninvited Housemates 

I was approaching my front door recently and noticed a group of western conifer seed bugs, a relative of stinkbugs by my front door.  It reminded me that fall is […]

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Household Hazardous Waste Collection on October 22 – Upper Cape

October 19, 2022 – Bourne, Sandwich, Falmouth, Mashpee, Joint Base, your last Household Hazardous Waste collection of the 2022 season is this Saturday, Oct. 22nd at the Bourne Landfill. Spend […]

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Barnstable County Celebrates National 4-H Week

IT IS NATIONAL 4-H WEEK!!! 4-H is a place where all youth are welcome and can succeed. To Barnstable County 4-H volunteers past and present, your passion and tireless commitment […]

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Pollination Ecology – How Can We Help Bees? Honeybees, both locally and nationally have been suffering catastrophic losses. This program will review honeybee biology and the factors responsible for this problem. In addition, we will review the state of wild pollinators like bumble bees and the things residents can do to help them. Many of the fruits and vegetables we eat require pollination. The current situation with murder hornet in the US will be discussed.

How Can We Help Bees?

How Can We Help Bees? Pollination Ecology with Larry Dapsis, Barnstable County Entomologist Honeybees, both locally and nationally have been suffering catastrophic losses.  This program will review honeybee biology and […]

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Pollination Ecology – How Can We Help Bees? Honeybees, both locally and nationally have been suffering catastrophic losses. This program will review honeybee biology and the factors responsible for this problem. In addition, we will review the state of wild pollinators like bumble bees and the things residents can do to help them. Many of the fruits and vegetables we eat require pollination. The current situation with murder hornet in the US will be discussed.

How Can We Help Bees?

How Can We Help Bees? Pollination Ecology with Larry Dapsis, Barnstable County Entomologist Honeybees, both locally and nationally have been suffering catastrophic losses.  This program will review honeybee biology and […]

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