Seeding has begun in our neck of the woods and the spring work will last for at least two to three weeks, depending on the weather. Farmers are putting the seed into dry ground.
Gardening will begin in the near future as we look forwrad to the annual spring plant sale sponsored by Mayfair Library The big day is Saturday, May 22 at Dora and Barry Brown’s farmyard six miles south of Mayfair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A few vendors who will be in attenance are Denise Taylor from Hafford, Dora with perennials and annual palnts and the library with flowering baskets and houseplants. COVID-19 protocols will be in place.
Thickwood Hills Wildlife Federation are selling the second card of a 50/50 raffle. The cost is $20 a line. Tickets can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or give Justin Rafuse a shout Doantions to this darw are by J & P Agenices, Wild Boar Adventures, AgriTeam, Kevin Dewing, Adam Miller and Cody Zyznomirski.
Danny and son Scott Liange travelled to Grandora awhile back to catch 2,500 rainbow trout fingerlines. Thse fingerlings were put into a small lake in the Richard/Mayfair area. Proceeds from the 50/50 will aid purchase of two aerations ystems to sustain the growth of these fish.
Thickwood Hills Wildlife Federation is an active organization that usually hosts between two and three events annually at Mayfair Hall. The pandemic has put a damper on operations.
Let’s start sending positive energy toward the idea of active cloud activity to produce much-needed precipitation. The greener the country, the more of nature’s beauty there is to enjoy.