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Farm$mart Summer 4-H Expo Youth Program

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Farm$mart Summer 4-H Expo Youth Program

Time: July 16, 2010 from 9am to 3:30pm
Location: south of Elora
Event Type: summer, 4-h, expo, youth, program
Latest Activity: Jul 13, 2010

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At the University of Guelph Elora Research Station, 6182 2nd Line, Elora (south of Elora, one block west of County Road 7). The daylong program features barn tours, hands-on activities and in-field demonstrations of on-farm situations. This is an excellent opportunity for a club meeting, a makeup session or a club/county field trip. Non-4H members welcome.

Registration fee: $15, includes lunch. Walk-ins welcome, lunch not guaranteed. Sign in begins at 9 am. First session begins at 9:30 am, last session concludes at 3:30 pm. To register: 1-877-424-1300.

For information: www.twitter.com/soilandcrop or www.uoguelph.c/farmsmart

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